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Xylit Jam with Organic Rasberry, 200g


  • Xylit Jam with Organic Rasberry, 200g
Xylit Jam with Organic Rasberry, 200g
CHF 8.50
Corresponds to CHF 4.25 / 100 g
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Xylit Jam with Organic Rasberry, 200g

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Keeps for at least two months after receipt.
General Vegan Label
NON GMO
3.8
Sugar Barometer
This product contains 3.8% sugar.
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Xylit Jam with Organic Rasberry, 200g

Tautona jam with organic raspberries. Sweetened with birch sugar (xylitol) from the birch bark.

The delicious, raspberry jam - made in Switzerland with organic raspberries.

IMPORTANT NOTE
Xylitol is not suitable for pets, especially dogs should not be eating xylitol. Like grapes or chocolate, it is not safe for dogs at all and can be dangerous even in small amounts.


Ingredients

Organic Rasberry* (CH) 55%, m xylitol (FL) 45%, pectin, acidifier: citric acid.

Allergy Information:
This product is gluten free
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Nutritional values per 100g
Energy value 450 kJ / 102 kcal
Total Fat 0.03 g
Carbohydrates 39 g
- of which sugar 3.8 g
- of which polyvalent alcohols 35 g
Fibre 1.7 g
Protein 0.7 g
Salt 0.00 g
Product Details
Guaranteed Shelf Life: 60 days
Keeps for at least two months after receipt.
Filling Quantity 200 g
Chilled product No
EAN 7640151120283

Swiss Manufacturer

Tautona

TautonaTautona birch sugar has been around since 2010. The name Tautona means as much as golden lion and goes very well with birch sugar, because the birch sugar is very valuable and it is a good comparison. We started with the birch sugar, which was then made from corn, and changed it very soon to the tree sugar, which today is obtained from birch and beech tree sparingly. Back then, we followed the principle of delivering the best possible quality and wanted to live up to the name Birkenzucker. We then got the birch sugar from Finland and keep it that way today.
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