This old fashioned (à l’ancienne) Blackcurrant (Cassis) Jam recipe is cooked in a traditional cauldron and uses 55% fruit and high-quality cane sugar. It contains no artificial colors, flavor enhancers, preservatives or GMOs.
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Long considered a luxury item, jams became commonplace in the early nineteenth century with the discovery of beet sugar. Today, jam is considered a food of fun and has become an emblem of French culture, pairing with “French toast” and for use in a bread-butter-jam sandwich.
Haute-Provence, through the Durance and its tributaries, is one of the first and oldest French-producing regions of fruits. Apple and pear trees line the roads, but also lavender and aromatic plants without which Provence is not the same. The Haute-Provence region of France is called the “Land of Scents and Flavors”, making a jam from that area a natural idea. For nearly 25 years, the AGRO’NOVAE company has been located there, using local fruit in all of its culinary creations.
This old fashioned (à l’ancienne) Blackcurrant (Cassis) Jam recipe is cooked in a traditional cauldron and uses 55% fruit and high quality cane sugar. Contains no artificial colors, flavor enhancers, preservatives or GMOs.
Fruits : Blackcurrent (46.67%), cane sugar.
Nutrition Facts per 100g
|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 6 in|
Jams & Preserves
Les Comtes de Provence
Cassis, Cane Sugar