Tiptree Organic Orange Marmalade Medium Cut (340g)

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Taste of Summer

Product information

Bittersweet and truly moreish, this Tiptree Organic Orange Marmalade Medium Cut really hits the spot!

With beautiful pieces of orange peel and a flavourful organic recipe, this marmalade is the perfect choice for a classic breakfast.

You'll love the taste, and nothing goes better on buttered toast!

One of our Wilkin and Sons branded products, and it is organic.


Sugar*, Seville Oranges*, Gelling Agent: Citrus Pectin, Prepared with 45g of Fruit per 100g, Total Sugar content 67g per 100g, *Organic Ingredients.

Lifestyle / Additives

  • Kosher, Organic, Suitable for Coeliacs, Suitable for Vegans, Suitable for Vegetarians.

Nutritional information

Typical Valuesper 100g
Energy1130 kJ / 266 kcal
of which saturates0g
of which sugars66g

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Pack Type: Jar.

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