Roselle Jam

Roselle Jam is made of freshly harvested roselle (Hisbiscus sabdariffa) calyx. It has a characteristic taste that is reminiscent of cranberry. Roselle jam has been made since the colonial times. It is called Rosella Jam in Australia, and Florida Cranberry in the US, and Hibiscus Jam in other places.

It is still sold regularly at community fairs and charity stalls. Roselle jam is rich in fiber, calcium, niacin, riboflavin and iron. It also contains anthocyanins and natural vitamin C. Roselle calyces used in this product are organically certified.

Ingredients:
Organic roselle calyx, sugar, pectin Food Application: As jam spread, and as topping/filling for tarts, pies, and cakes

Packaging: 160 ml x 12 pcs/box
400 ml x 24 pcs/box
also available in 1 liter institutional packaging
Shelf life and storage:12 months in original package when stored below 20
degrees Celsius, 24 months in freezer at -18 degrees
Celsius; keep away from direct sunlight;