Good but not great
I like it but it’s too sweet. Honestly, would be good to use less sweetener. Tesco’s jams with sugar, are also way to sweet for me. Can’t feel much flavour of fruit, it’s just sweetness. It is still alright (there are brands that use so much sweetener that it actually “burns” tongue like baking soda) and still edible. I will buy it from time to time as there aren’t any better alternatives anyway. I wish there were products with less sweeteners and sugar - simply with less sweet flavour, more natural.
Will never eat this again
Just tried this for the first time on some toast, one small teaspoonful, after a couple of bites when I got the taste properly, i realised how horrible it was, all I could taste was the sorbitol, the sweetness was worse than sugar, sweeter than honey which I can’t eat, completely overpowered any taste of strawberries.With a tricky digestive system I’m now left wondering, what can I eat?? If only food was as it used to be without all the artificial additives, maybe there would be less illnesses. How about jam with just fruit alone - is that possible?
tasty and healthy
we love it
Great jam ,wish you still sold the black currant
Definitely good value I just wish you hadn’t discontinued the black currant which as my favourite, I’m not allowed any of the other jams, must be no added sugar
It's just not a good product, the taste is weird.
Liked by Grandchildren
I brought this, for my granddaughter, she’s likes crumpets with strawberry jam. And her parents like the reduced sugar element.
saves my life
It's the only thing I can put on my porridge being type 2 diabetic
Being a diabetic no added sugar is good for me and it’s tasty too
nice taste for a "no added sugar" Jam
Bought this jam for my daughter to try - as an alternative to minimize her sugar intake, and both of kids loved it!
I bought this to see how different it tastes to the regular jam I was surprised it tastes better than I expected I will be buying this one instead of regular one