The dark-red berries are sweetened only with dextrose and maltose for a velvety, seedless fruit spread. A unique alternative to the classic raspberry jam. And by the way, this tart, refreshing berry comes from Scotland. They are said to have been named for the Scottish river Tay, where raspberries and blackberries were first crossed.
Worry-free indulgence, even with fructose intolerance:
- with maltose and glucose
- lactose free
Ingredients: 59% organic glucose syrup (16% Dextrose, 15% Malt Sugar)(>glucose syrup), 40% tayberries, acidifier citric acid, gelling agent pectin.
Suitable for a low-fructose diet, with Fructose <1.5% and Sucrose <0.5%.
per portion* (10g)
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* Pack contains 24 portions.
Without sorbitol, without sweeteners in accordance with Regulation (EC) No. 1333/2008. Glucose (Dextrose) 16%, Maltose (Malt Sugar) 15%.