FRUITS OF THE FORAGE Wild Chutney Combo 3 x 200G

FRUITS OF THE FORAGE Wild Chutney Combo 3 x 200G

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WILD CHUTNEY COMBO (3 x 200g) - save £0.88!   

Dam Sloe Chutney + Pear Heritage Chutney + Hogweed Curry Chutney.

Products may vary* 



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  • Ingredients

    DAM SLOE CHUTNEY Apple, Damson (15%), Onion, Barley Malt Vinegar, Sloe (7%), Tomato, Raw Cane Sugar, Dates, Raisins, Ginger, Salt, Spices (Mustard, Celery), Garlic. May contain traces of fruit stone. For allergens see ingredients in bold. Refrigerate once open. Suitable for Vegans. 

    HERITAGE PEAR CHUTNEYSpiced chutney made with wild Bramley apples and tangy heritage cooking pears - a forgotten ancient British fruit. 

    HOGWEED CURRY CHUTNEYPumpkin, raw cane sugar, distilled vinegar, organic cider vinegar, apple, onion, tomato, parsnip, pepper, rapeseed oil, ginger, garlic, chilli, spices (hogweed seed (1%), black mustard seed). May Contain traces of fruit stone. For allergens see ingredients in bold. Refrigerate once open. Suitable for Vegans. 


  • Made in

    Made in: Cheshire, England, United Kingdom.

    Producer: Fruits of the Forage

    Locally produced: any product which is made, produced, modified or finished in the UK. 

  • Packaging

    Glass jar, paper labels and aluminium Lid

    *Plastic-free product: any product that has completely avoided the use of unnecessary plastic.

  • Why does Fressco promote this producer ?

    Fruits of the Forage gathers fruit that would otherwise go to waste from abandoned orchards and forgotten fruit trees around England and Wales. They match those beautiful heritage fruits with wild foraged plants to create an award-winning range of preserves and cordials, capturing a unique and sustainable taste of the British landscape. This independent business doesn't add any pectin or citric to their preserves and their fruit content is always high allowing the fruity flavour to shine through.

    Fruits of the Forage embarked, forever preserving and with pots boiling in a busy kitchen. Jams and chutneys, wines, beers and cordials anything they could muster. This was voyage of discovery and before long they had uncovered a world of tastes and flavours beyond their wildest dreams. With enthusiasm they set about experimenting with wild ingredients, researching ancient and modern recipes and honing their cooking methods to perfection. Revealing the wonders of the wild and showing them in all their glory.

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