Half Fig Half Grape

We could have called this jam "couci-couça" to play on words. Or "ying and yang" for the use of black fig and white grape. But "half-fig half-grape" said more about the balance provided by these two fruits: the character of the fig counterbalanced by the soft side of the grape. Finally, no need to look very far...

On fromage blanc, in stuffed turnovers, a chocolate cheesecake, speculoos trifles...


  • Prepared with 62g of fruit per 100g. Cane sugar, figs 38%, grapes 24% (non-EU origin), gelling agent: fruit pectin, concentrated lemon juice.
  • Energy: 962kJ / 226kcal; Fat: <0.5g, of which fatty acids: <0.1g; Carbohydrates: 55g, of which sugars: 55g; Protein: 0.7g; Salt: 0.01g
  • Click here to see the jam turnovers recipe

natural ingredients


Hérault (France)

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