Banana Ketchup (270g)

£3.50

Award winning relishes and jams made from surplus produce.

Fresh bananas with a touch of heat from ginger & chili. This hot & fruity little number will add a sweet Caribbean twist to any dish. Back by popular demand, our banana ketchup has developed something of a cult following. The maverick of the range, this sauce can be used as a dip, ketchup or marinade and goes perfect with burgers, curry and roasted veggies.

 
 
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INGREDIENTS

Banana (67%), Sugar, Vinegar, Ginger, Turmeric, Salt, Garlic, Chilli. For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Typical values per 100g: Energy: 724kj/171kcal, Fat:0g, of which saturates:0g, Carbohydrate: 40g, of which sugar: 38g, Protein: 1g, Salt: 0.25g

DELIVERY INFORMATION

– Free delivery on all orders over £50. 
– Order before 11am for next day delivery.
– Delivery costs are calculated on the weight of your order. Orders below 2kg will be sent via Royal Mail and include the option of standard or express delivery. Orders above 2kg will be sent via courrier and will arrive within 1-2 working days.
– Please contact us for international delivery outside of Europe.

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Rubies in the Rubble

Food&Drink

Rubies in the Rubble founder, Jenny, started reading about the problem of food waste after seeing the amount of discarded produce at fruit and veg markets across London. Beautiful mangoes, cranberries & tomatoes all headed for landfill, often because they simply didn't look right.

Although much of the discarded produce is perfectly edible, much is thrown away due to aesthetic imperfections, over-forecasted demand or inefficiency in storing & distributing.

The scale of the problem of food waste got Jenny thinking about what could be done with all this surplus product. Surely there was a way of creating delicious, first-class product using excess produce?

Armed with some family recipes and car-bootful of rescued fruit and veg from New Covent Garden market, the experimentation in the kitchen began! It wasn't long before...

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