Sarabeth's Orange Apricot Marmalade

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Sarabeth's Orange Apricot Marmalade

Sarabeth's Kitchen
Weight: 18 oz

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  • From a 200-year-old family recipe
  • A combination of hand-cut fruit including oranges, apricots and pineapple
  • Made in small batches
  • Lower sugar content than most marmalades
  • "Outstanding Classic Product Award" at the International Fancy Food Show

One twist of the lid and you'll understand why Sarabeth's Orange Apricot Marmalade consistently wins awards!

Made from a 200 year-old family recipe, Sarabeth Levine has created a stunning blend of oranges, apricots and pineapple, with a lush texture and lower sugar content than most marmalades. Described by Food & Wine Magazine as being "in a class by itself", it is sure to become a welcome addition to your morning breakfast table.
Oranges, Sugar, Dried apricots (contains sulfur dioxide to promote color retention), Water (to rehydrate the apricots), Pineapple.
May contain an occasional pit.
In 1981, Sarabeth Levine began making Orange-Apricot Marmalade from her home kitchen from a 200 year old family recipe and selling it to local food shops. From that humble beginning, Sarabeth, together with her husband and business partner, Bill Levine, now own and operate a jam factory, a wholesale-retail bakery café and nine restaurants. It is a true American success story.

Sarabeth's Legendary Spreadable Fruits have long been customer favorites in The Savory Pantry. Each batch is watched carefully throughout the cooking process. The fruits are hand-cut to avoid bruising and to preserve their natural flavor and texture. They are slowly simmered in small batches and allowed to thicken without the use of pectin, until they reach their peak of flavor. Over the years, Sarabeth has meticulously developed a number of delicious flavors in her Spreadable Fruit line, using only the finest of ingredients. These spreadables are unique because each flavor combines two to three fruits. They are all natural, less sweet and lower in calories per serving than ordinary preserves.