ROBERTSON'S SILVER "SHRED" MARMALADE 454g

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SKU:
203125
UPC:
50172436
$5.99

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ROBERTSON'S SILVER 'SHRED' MARMALADE

Robertson’s Silver Shred is the Lemon variety using the Robertson’s recipe expertise since 1874, the clear, tangy and Lemon Marmalade is delicious on hot buttery toast in the morning & perfect for Paddington’s marmalade sandwiches.

  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian

INGREDIENTS:

Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Sugar, Lemon Juice from Concentrate, Water, Lemon Peel (contains Sulphites),  Gelling Agent: Pectin, Acid: Citric Acid, Acidity Regulator: Sodium Citrates, Lemon Oil, Colours: Curcumin, Beta-Carotene. Contains: Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites

DIRECTIONS:

Once open store in a refrigerator and consume within 6 weeks.


ROBERTON'S

Robertson’s was established in 1864 when Mrs Robertson started making marmalade in the family grocery shop in Paisley, Scotland.

The result was clear and tangy Golden Shred marmalade which over the years has become the best selling marmalade within UK and has been joined by other great tasting marmalades including Golden Shredless, Silver Shred, and more recently we have added a Ginger Shred to the range.

Robertson’s marmalade is extremely proud to have been awarded a Royal Warrant, initially by King George V in 1933, and subsequently by both King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.

Robertson’s has a long been associated with Paddington Bear, who features on the labels across the entire range, and it is hoped that many more generations of consumers will follow the lead of this very famous marmalade lover who particularly really enjoys the delicious taste of our Golden Shred marmalade sandwiches.

Robertson’s is most well known for its Marmalades, but has also been making Mincemeat since 1891, perfect for all your Christmas baking, especially delicious mince pies!

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Additional Information

Style:
Marmalade
Dietary:
Vegan
Country:
England
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Ingredients

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