Bonne Maman Conserves (370g) was £2.20 now £1.50 @ Tesco
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Bonne Maman Conserves (370g) was £2.20 now £1.50 @ Tesco

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Found 21st Sep 2016Made hot 8th Oct 2016
This deal ends on Tuesday 11th October

Bonne Maman Conserves (370g) was £2.20 now £1.50

Apricot

Blackcurrant

Fig

Strawberry

Raspberry

Bonne Maman Strawberry and Wild Strawberry (370g) was £2.69 now £1.80

Bonne Maman Wild Blueberry Conserve (370g) was £2.69 now £1.80

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Shopitize giving 40p cashback this week on strawberry/raspberry/blackcurrant/apricot too

Check out bonne mamon products at waitrose some offers on there too

the best

Why cold?

This is a brill offer that comes around every now and then

Try Lidls Jam - cheaper and better

lidl definitely good but try to get the fig jam there. ...on my way to tesco

sto1

Try Lidls Jam - cheaper and better



I was just about to post the same comment and if you like Ketchup and/or HP brown sauce try their equivalent.
Thanks to OP for deal

This is about the right price for this muck
Marketing men have you believe its homemade but of course its factory made jam just like any other!

Nice drop of jam

Their marmalade is good too , but haven't spotted any lately .

sto1

Try Lidls Jam - cheaper and better


I just bought their Strawberry & it is Conserve 50g Strawberries per 100g Superb quality! Whole strawberries in it too.

Its a decent tasting jam, though I have now switched to low/no sugar jams, as you usually get a higher percentage of fruit in the low sugar varieties.

Jam makers add as much sugar as possible to the recipe as sugar, while reducing the amount of fruit. Sugar is cheaper than fruit, so this increases profit margins. With the no/low sugar varieties, they have no choice but to put in more fruit.

For example:
groceries.asda.com/pro…874
tesco.com/gro…615

And note that the low sugar alternatives, don't cost too much. They are about the same price as the full sugar option.

sunama

Its a decent tasting jam, though I have now switched to low/no sugar … Its a decent tasting jam, though I have now switched to low/no sugar jams, as you usually get a higher percentage of fruit in the low sugar varieties.Jam makers add as much sugar as possible to the recipe as sugar, while reducing the amount of fruit. Sugar is cheaper than fruit, so this increases profit margins. With the no/low sugar varieties, they have no choice but to put in more fruit.For example:https://groceries.asda.com/product/jams-preserves/streamline-less-sugar-strawberry-jam/910001283874http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=291227615And note that the low sugar alternatives, don't cost too much. They are about the same price as the full sugar option.



Don't jam makers need to add quite a lot of sugar because otherwise it won't set properly?

Also the tesco no sugar version and regular version both contain 45g of fruit per 100g and the no sugar version is currently about 30% more expensive.

Plus it's jam, it's not a health, it's not one of your 5 a day and you only have a bit at a time. Just buy whatever you prefer the taste of.
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