The fig preserve is a popular classic Greek dessert mostly served in Northern Greece and the Islands, where the semi-tropic land makes an ideal environment for fig trees. Made in Egion, Pelopponese, Greece, the fig preserve by K. Klonis is the dessert that was traditionally served to visitors to "sweeten them". As the fig maintains its form and wholeness after the jam process, it is a great dessert to be enjoyed on its own, on crackers, or even used to make a marinade for a pork tenderloin.
• Made by K. Klonis
• Size: 16 oz (450 g)
• Ingredients: Fig, sugar, glucose syrup. Acidifying agent: Citric acid. Preservative: potassium sorbate 0,1%.
• Product of Greece
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