Marmelade Orange – Apple

For strong bones – An ally against cholesterol

Code – 0052

Net weight – 300 gr.

Packaging – Glass vase 470 gr.

Piece per Box – 9

Barcode – 5200348612018

Lasting Duration – 18 months


Orange. Apple, Sugar & Fresh lemon juice It contains 90 grams of fruit per 100 grams of the finished product.

Tasty Serving Suggestions

With butter on bread toast, as a filler for tarts and biscuits, with Chicken.

Orange and Apple marmelade – a subtle yet flavourful combination of aromas Apple are rich in vitamins, dietary fibre and essential minerals they include calcium, vitamin A, potassium, vitamin C and A, folic Acid, biotin and apple vinegar. Among other things, they boost our immune system, help regulate our digestive system and help with digestion. Moreover, they help in regulating the sugar levels in our bloodstream and protect us from – Alzheimer’s due to its anti-oxidants. Orange provide us with vitamins C and A and are rich in oxidants, sugars, potassium, calcium and phosphorus. They are essential in one’s daily diet, providing us with great nutrition value.

Award local Chef Dimitris Mavrakis recommends:


Shrimps with rice and orange sauce.


5 pcs shrimp No. 1, 1 cup basmati rice, 2.5 cups water, 1 tsp. teaspoon sesame oil, 1 cup dry muscat wine, 2 tsp. tablespoons orange marmalade, lemon zest.


Peel the prawns too well and just let the kernel. Once the water boils too well pour sesame oil and rice. Reduce the heat and do not stir the rice to make holes. Close the fire and just pull all the water pour into a baking dish and spread rapidly cool to stay granular. In a pan pour olive oil let it burn well and saute for a minute our shrimp. Once we’ve put salt and pepper, add the wine and then add the orange marmalade and lemon zest, stirring constantly until sauce. We serve our rice and put the shrimp basting with the sauce.

Nutritional Value per 100 gr.
Energy 254
Proteins 0.7
Carbohydrates 61.5
Of which Sugars 54.0
Fat < 0.1
Of which Saturated < 0.1
Dietary Fibre 2.2
Salt < 0.1