Sorry we don't have an answer to the question of Diabetic jam. Its my belief that normal jam can be eaten by diabetics when the appropriate medication is accounted for! I do it myself!
I do have a question though for anybody that can answer it. When we produce jam for sale we NEVER put an "eat by" date on the jars as we don't know what conditions the jams are kept in. Every batch of jam we produce is logged and a jar kept back to daily check. Every time we sell jam to our customers we recomend they fridge it when opened. We can still eat jam from our fridge 6 Months after production and its fine..........What is the criteria??
Thursday Cottage, makers of traditional preserves have been producing low sugar preserves for 50 years. Made with fructose, the sugar content of these lovely light preserves is approx. 36%. For further details contact 01 621 814529
our jams are 1/4 less sugar anyway but unrefined sugar is the best option as it is a safe sugar for diabetics. Bleached sugar is the dangerous one.
Rosalind's Larder produces "No added sugar" jam, lemon curd and chutneys using xylitol. I am an artisan producer, in business since Sept.2014 and diagnosed with type 2 diabetes myself in 2015. I make the products in small quantities using Total Sweet. Feedback can be seen on my facebook page - Rosalind's Larder.
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