LANDSBERG WILD LINGONBERRIES
Although Lingonberries are best known as a Scandinavian fruit, they're also popular in Germany. Germans use Lingonberries in similar ways as the Swedish, pairing the tart jam as a fruity counterpoint to rich game meat, pork, or sausage. Also, try it as a filling for Black Forest Cake or as a glaze for sugar cookies. Plus, you can't go wrong with a thin layer spread on warm toast with butter!
Lingonberries, sugar, glucose syrup, dextrose, pectin, citric acid. Prepared with 40% fruit.
Refrigerate after opening.
The sweet success story of Maintal Konfitüren starts in 1886. At that time Josef Müller jun. founded a wholesale for “Vegetabilien und Landesprodukte” in the Frankonian Haßfurt and first he basically traded with tea, herbs, dried fruit and rosehip pits. Today, 125 years later Maintal Konfitüren GmbH is one of the oldest and most traditional preserve companies in Germany. Since 1999 the fourth generation (Anne Feulner and Klaus Hammelbacher) manages the company.
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