Our jams, compotes and jellies

Our jams, compotes and jellies

"His slice of jam sat on his plate, half eaten, with the crescent mark of his teeth, while the music stared Liesel in the eye."

Markus Zusak

The book thief

Our jams, compotes and jellies

Our jams, compotes and jellies

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  • The traditional organic jams of the Counts of Provence are cooked in Provence with ancestral traditional know-how from fruits grown in France.

    Their know-how, over 30 years old, has enabled them to develop recipes rich in flavor, delicately sweetened with cane sugar.

    They opted for cooking in a cauldron, a traditional method used by our grandmothers because the width of the cauldron allows good heat distribution, even cooking and avoids overcooking.

    The taste is therefore heightened!

    Cooking in a cauldron also preserves the environment because the temperature rise is faster, which saves energy.

    Their raw materials come from organic farming.

  • The traditional organic compotes of the Counts of Provence are cooked in Provence with traditional ancestral know-how, including fruit grown in France.

    Their know-how, over 30 years old, has enabled them to develop tasty recipes rich in flavor, delicately sweetened with cane sugar.

    They opted for cooking in a cauldron, a traditional method used by our grandmothers because the width of the cauldron allows good heat distribution, even cooking and avoids overcooking.

    The taste is therefore heightened!

    It also preserves the environment because the temperature rise is faster, which saves energy.

    Their raw materials come from organic farming.

  • Our red apricot jam PDO from Roussillon comes from the traditional ancestral know-how of La Cuillère Gourmande, from fruits grown in France.

    Their know-how of our artisan jam maker won him the Gold Medal at the Gard Gourmand competition in 2020, for his recipes rich in flavors, delicately sweetened with cane sugar.

    He opted for cooking in a cauldron, a traditional method used by our grandmothers, because the width of the cauldron allows good heat distribution, even cooking and avoids overcooking.

    The taste is therefore heightened!

    It also preserves the environment because the temperature rise is faster, which saves energy.