Jams

The term derives from the Portuguese “marmelo” and is now used to indicate a custard of sugar and citrus pieces. Marmalade differs from jam because it is made by the same process but with other types of citrus fruit instead.
Thanks to the fruit selected and cultivated within the family farm and to a culture tied to the natural raw materials, Trimarchi di Villa Marchese is able to obtain jams with a unique taste of the highest quality level, without the slightest trace of additives and preservatives.

Red Orange Jam

Cedars Jam

Tangerines Jam

Lemons Jam

Bitter Orange Jam