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Tiptree Pure Clear Honey Portions
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Tiptree Pure Clear Honey Portions

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Product Code: 4171

Product Information

Like so many of our products, where we offer smaller pack sizes to suit our customers, we are bringing you the famous Tiptree brand of jam, marmalade and honey in small as well as standard pack sizes.

The Wilkin family have been farming at Tiptree in Essex since 1757, and making quality preserves since 1885. They grow a wide range of traditional English fruits and use them to make their high quality jams and marmalade free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives in their factory by the farm.

What a great British institution!

  • 28 gram portions
  • 24 or 72 pack sizes

Best Before:

24 Pack End of September 2020

72 Pack End of September 2020

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  • No known allergens
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Suitable for Coeliacs
  • Kosher certified

Made from a blend of Chinese Acacia and Fennel honeys combined. A smooth sweet honey.

Made in Tiptree, England.

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”Samples”


Great Value
Beaumont B&B - 12 June 2019


great
sandra oxley - 07 June 2019


Good product
Jonathan Phelan - 31 May 2019


Tray open/plastic damaged, jars loose Out of Eden - We contacted Riet to discuss the condition of the parcel she had received from us. Luckily there is no serious damage to the contents.
Riet van Barneveld - 15 March 2019


GREAT
KarenMacdonald - 28 February 2019


Pops of lid arrived open - Out of Eden - We spoke to Yazann and the mini-jars with popped tops were replaced immediately for our customer
Yazann Romahi - 20 January 2019


Great as extra in self catering.
Holly Waller - 13 January 2019

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