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Sun-dried Tomato and Garlic Chutney

Marshall & Brown Chutneys are made with the finest fresh ingredients, designed to be the perfect complement for any dish, cheese, meat or vegan platter.

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Manufacturer: Marshall & Brown
SKU: MB-SUTOGARCH
£3.95
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Ingredients

Tomato (27%), Onions, White Wine Vinegar, Demerara Sugar, Sun Dried Tomatoes (7%), Garlic (3%), Tomato Puree (3%), Ginger, Mustard Seed, Relish, Salt, Garam Masala, Chilli Powder, Black Pepper, Mixed Herbs, Paprika.

Storage

Once opened refrigerate

Produce of

Produced in England


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Net Contents 210g


Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

552kJ/131kcal

Fat

3.7g

of which saturates

0.5g

Carbohydrate

21.3g

of which sugars

20g

Protein

1.6g

Salt

0.41g

 

Ingredients

Tomato (27%), Onions, White Wine Vinegar, Demerara Sugar, Sun Dried Tomatoes (7%), Garlic (3%), Tomato Puree (3%), Ginger, Mustard Seed, Relish, Salt, Garam Masala, Chilli Powder, Black Pepper, Mixed Herbs, Paprika.

Storage

Once opened refrigerate

Produce of

Produced in England


Name and address

Return to

Net Contents 210g


Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

552kJ/131kcal

Fat

3.7g

of which saturates

0.5g

Carbohydrate

21.3g

of which sugars

20g

Protein

1.6g

Salt

0.41g

 

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