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Real Foods Red Glace Cherries Natural Colour Whole

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Customer Rating: 4.5
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100gr
£1.83 183p / 100g
250gr
£3.30 132p / 100g
500gr
£6.10 122p / 100g
1kg
£11.62 116p / 100g

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5Kg
£25.43
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£24.92 each
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4 x 5Kg
£24.79 each
(50p / 100g)
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Ingredients

Red Glace Cherries Natural Colour Whole ingredients: Cherries, Glucose Fructose Syrup, Natural Colouring: Anthocyanin (E163); Citric Acid, Preservative: Sulphur Dioxide.

About Red Glace Cherries Natural Colour Whole

Glacé Cherries are infused with sugar to preserve them - they have no added colours, so are not the typical bright red colour that you would expect from other sources, but perfect for putting on top of black forest gateaux!

Cherries have high levels of disease-fighting antioxidants. They also contain other important nutrients such as beta carotene (19 times more than blueberries or strawberries) vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, iron, fibre and folate.

Colour: Red

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Customer reviews

These glace cherries are delicious – a very pure flavour and 46.5g of sugar per 100g – most other brands are 60g plus.

By Alison Baron on 16/12/2015

These are naturally coloured cherries, not the chemical variety that makes them bright red. Absolutely essential for Christmas cakes and all sort of fruit cakes.

By Jonathan Walton on 02/10/2013

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