French Fruit Jellies - Pâtes de Fruits

Abbaye Saint Guénolé

250g bag 6.55 €
26.20 € / kg
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3 bags of 250g ea. 19.05 €
25.40 € / kg
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French fruit jellies made using traditional methods, with fruit from the Saint-Guénolé Abbey orchard

These delicious 'pâtes de fruits' are made by the monks of Saint Guénolé Abbey in Brittany with the apples grown in their orchard. They are sold under the Monastic brand that authentifies products made by monks and nuns.

Enjoy them with a cup of tea or coffee, or simply on their own to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Composition :
Sugar, apple pulp from the Abbey orchard and fruit concentrates (58%), pectin.
Average nutrition facts For 100g
Energy 335 / 1402.58 kcal / kJ
Total fat 0.6 g
  Saturated fat 0 g
Carbohydrate 81 g
  Sugar 67 g
Proteins 0 g
Salt 0.1 g
Fiber 2.1 g
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