Strawberry Conserve 340g

Strawberry Conserve

$8.50

The fruit that has put Tiptree on the map. A wonderful well balanced jam. Medium texture with a great overall flavour. Made with Strawberries grown on the ‘Tiptree’ estate, made into jam within hours of being picked – fresh from the fields.

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In summer, all around the village can be found green fields splashed with the bright colours of pickers, bending over the rows of plants protected by the straw that most assume gives the fruit its name. In fact, it is more likely that strawberry is a derivative of strawberry, meaning that the plants spread their runners and stray across the fields. Straw is used to keep the fruit clean and to help it to ripen sooner. Strawberries for the fresh fruit market are grown using more modern methods, often under cover and sometimes at waist height so that picking is faster and easier. The strawberry is in fact a false fruit, that is to say that the seeds are on the outside. Different varieties have different flavours and the more recent varieties are grown for their crop yields as much as for their flavour. Needless to say, we grow the traditional varieties but are continually monitoring progress to see if the new flavours can be as good. Strawberries were first grown at Tiptree because the sandy soil was of little use for anything else. At the height of the season, several hundreds of pickers can be found in the fields on the ‘Tiptree’ estate, all helping to pick fruit that can be made into jam within hours of being picked – fresh from the fields.

 

 

Made in Tiptree

340g

Sugar, Strawberries, Gelling Agent: Citrus Pectin, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid.
Prepared with 55g of fruit per 100g.
Total sugar content 67g per 100g.

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The fruit that has put Tiptree on the map. A wonderful well balanced jam. Medium texture with a great overall flavour. Made with Strawberries grown on the ‘Tiptree’ estate, made into jam within hours of being picked – fresh from the fields.

Factory (56)

In summer, all around the village can be found green fields splashed with the bright colours of pickers, bending over the rows of plants protected by the straw that most assume gives the fruit its name. In fact, it is more likely that strawberry is a derivative of strawberry, meaning that the plants spread their runners and stray across the fields. Straw is used to keep the fruit clean and to help it to ripen sooner. Strawberries for the fresh fruit market are grown using more modern methods, often under cover and sometimes at waist height so that picking is faster and easier. The strawberry is in fact a false fruit, that is to say that the seeds are on the outside. Different varieties have different flavours and the more recent varieties are grown for their crop yields as much as for their flavour. Needless to say, we grow the traditional varieties but are continually monitoring progress to see if the new flavours can be as good. Strawberries were first grown at Tiptree because the sandy soil was of little use for anything else. At the height of the season, several hundreds of pickers can be found in the fields on the ‘Tiptree’ estate, all helping to pick fruit that can be made into jam within hours of being picked – fresh from the fields.

 

 

Made in Tiptree

340g

Sugar, Strawberries, Gelling Agent: Citrus Pectin, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid.
Prepared with 55g of fruit per 100g.
Total sugar content 67g per 100g.

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Weight 340 kg
Weight

285g, 28g, 340g, 3Kg