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Product Description
An exquisite jam made with 85% fresh Greek figs. Its natural fruity flavor is the result of its high fresh fruit content. Each 100g of the final product contains 85g of fruit without any added aromas, colouring or preservatives. Enjoy it for breakfast or with your afternoon tea. You can also add a generous blob of it on yogurt or serve it with matured yellow cheese.
  • Net Weight
    7.94oz
  • Gross Weight
    13.76oz
  • Width
    2.68in
  • Depth
    2.68in
  • Height
    3.31in
Product History
Jams are ideal for breakfast or for afternoon tea, as a topping on yogurt or ice cream, as filling in delicious tarts and as a topping on pancakes with a mediterranean scent. In earlier times, when there were no refrigerators to preserve an entire crop of fruit, the part of the crop that could not be consumed immediately was turnt into jam. Today, use of excess crop is an expression and token of our ecological consciousness. The nutritional value of jams is also important as they constitute a unique source of energy, They contain simple sugars that are absorbed quickly by the body and depending on the fruit, they contain their respective vitamins.
Meet the producer: Geodi Taste of a good life!
Geodi Taste of a good life!
The company -"GEODI", an inspirational name, which stands for "ode to the land", was founded in 2007 by people passionate about pure and original Greek tastes. Motivated by their passion, they travel around the Greek countryside looking for the best Greek farmers and organic growers.Based on strict selection criteria, they aim to discover the highest quality raw materials.GEODI S.A. is a company which provides its consumers with premium jams, sauces, and spreads crafted from fresh, choice fruits and vegetables from Greek Mother Nature’s bounty.GEODI's objective is to make best use of the Greek fruit crops, paying utmost attention to the whole process starting from the tree and ending to the jar. The company's first priority is to produce high quality jams with a truly "homemade" taste. All of GEODI recipes are traditional Greek recipes based on organic fresh produce and designed to showcase the uniqueness of the Greek land. To that purpose, by combining traditional homemaking techniques with advanced technological know-how, GEODI S.A. ensures that its all-natural, premium quality, wholesome first ingredients get the royal treatment they deserve for an end-result that not only meets strict hygiene requirements at each and every stage of its production but is also nutritious, additive-free, delicious, and packaged in attractive jars.To achieve this, GEODI owns an ultra-modern production unit with specialized personnel and numerous certifications. The result is the creation of new trends in the super premium jam market. The various product ranges GEODI S.A. makes available to consumers are designed to bring Greek light and aromas to your breakfast table and introduce you to the authentic taste Greek fruit and vegetables should have.
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Fig jam from Attica "Geodi" 7.9oz

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Product code: 500170 Gross Weight 13.76oz
A wonderful jam made with 85% fruit content!
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