home made jams, jellies, confits, spreads and elderberry syrup since 1985!
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In the 80’s farmers Guido Wildiers and his wife Nicole sold their chicory and other vegetables on local farmers markets. They made jams and pickles with the leftover fruits and vegetables, these jars with handwritten labels were then sold at the next farmers markets. Demand of these jams became higher and they decided to start a full time jam making company. The jams were sold to local small shops. They started making elderberry syrup as well. The next 20 years the assortment grew to more than 18 jams, sugar free jams, and confits. Productions was always kept small, in batches of 3 kg fruit per kettles. In 2006 their daughter Emilie decided to continue the company and in 2008 a modern production factory was build. Production of the jams is still in the small batches in the same copper kettles as in 1985. Emilie’s approach to the company is to keep everything small and guard the quality of the products. The focus is on tailor-made solutions, in small batches according to the client’s needs and desires.
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Home made elderberry syrup like our grandmother used to make it. Made according to an old recipe in open copper kettles. It helps to breath more free, it eases the throat
jams 70 % fruit
delicious light jams with 70 % fruit
100 % fruit jams, without added sugar
our sugarfree jams, without artificial sweeteners but with concetrated apple juice. 100 % fruit!
- Nicole’s pickles Delicious mustard sauce with pieces of cauliflower, gherkins and pickled onions, made based on mother Nicole’s 30-year-old family recipe
Chutney (Devanagari- "चटनी" also transliterated chatney or chatni, Sindhi: چٽڻي) is a sauce in the cuisines of the Indian subcontinent that can vary from a tomato relish to a ground peanut garnish or a yoghurt, cucumber and mint dip. Our hot sweet mango chutney is delicious to be combined with chicken, cheese, BBQ