Mont-Ventoux

    Ruchofruit

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    Address

    address

    Rue de Canaud,

    Town

    Flassan

    Postal code

    84410

    Website

    http://www.ruchofruit.fr/

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    Description

    Located at the foot of the southern slopes of Mt Ventoux, Ruchofruit is a local business that is over 20 years old. It is here that Christophe concocts a variety of traditional savoury and sweet recipes according to the seasons. Our region, Provence, is rich in fruit and vegetables, which we mostly buy from local producers. This means that we can be sure of the high quality and authentic taste of the products that we make for you, such as our jams, which range from the traditional – apricot, fig, cherry, Méréville, strawberry – via the more original – apricot and lavender, apricot and rosemary, nuts and figs – to the most unusual: kiwi, carrot, cherry, rum and cinnamon. These share the bill with savoury and sweet and sour dishes: green and black olives, tomato confit, aubergine caviar, stewed courgettes and other chutneys. We also have a few fruit juices, jelly, syrup and dried fruit in honey… in short, we try to showcase all the fruits and vegetables that we come across! WHAT IS THE FRUIT OF THIS WORK? No less than 35 specialities in addition to the honey from our hives – ruches in French – from where we originally got our name, Ruchofruit. Our approach: We only use ingredients that are absolutely essential: for our jams, that means fruit and sugar – but not too much, just enough to balance the need to conserve our products and, above all, to retain the taste of the fruit. Sometimes we have to add a little gelling, in which case we only use fruit pectin. Our range of savoury and sweet and sour products also needs preservatives, but they are all natural and are familiar to you: vinegar, salt and lemons. Located at the foot of the southern slopes of Mt Ventoux, Ruchofruit is a local business that is over 20 years old. It is here that Christophe concocts a variety of traditional savoury and sweet recipes according to the seasons. Our region, Provence, is rich in fruit and vegetables, which we mostly buy from local producers. This means that we can be sure of the high quality and authentic taste of the products that we make for you, such as our jams, which range from the traditional – apricot, fig, cherry, Méréville, strawberry – via the more original – apricot and lavender, apricot and rosemary, nuts and figs – to the most unusual: kiwi, carrot, cherry, rum and cinnamon. These share the bill with savoury and sweet and sour dishes: green and black olives, tomato confit, aubergine caviar, stewed courgettes and other chutneys. We also have a few fruit juices, jelly, syrup and dried fruit in honey… in short, we try to showcase all the fruits and vegetables that we come across! WHAT IS THE FRUIT OF THIS WORK? No less than 35 specialities in addition to the honey from our hives – ruches in French – from where we originally got our name, Ruchofruit. Our approach: We only use ingredients that are absolutely essential: for our jams, that means fruit and sugar – but not too much, just enough to balance the need to conserve our products and, above all, to retain the taste of the fruit. Sometimes we have to add a little gelling, in which case we only use fruit pectin. Our range of savoury and sweet and sour products also needs preservatives, but they are all natural and are familiar to you: vinegar, salt and lemons. Located at the foot of the southern slopes of Mt Ventoux, Ruchofruit is a local business that is over 20 years old. It is here that Christophe concocts a variety of traditional savoury and sweet recipes according to the seasons. Our region, Provence, is rich in fruit and vegetables, which we mostly buy from local producers. This means that we can be sure of the high quality and authentic taste of the products that we make for you, such as our jams, which range from the traditional – apricot, fig, cherry, Méréville, strawberry – via the more original – apricot and lavender, apricot and rosemary, nuts and figs – to the most unusual: kiwi, carrot, cherry, rum and cinnamon. These share the bill with savoury and sweet and sour dishes: green and black olives, tomato confit, aubergine caviar, stewed courgettes and other chutneys. We also have a few fruit juices, jelly, syrup and dried fruit in honey… in short, we try to showcase all the fruits and vegetables that we come across! WHAT IS THE FRUIT OF THIS WORK? No less than 35 specialities in addition to the honey from our hives – ruches in French – from where we originally got our name, Ruchofruit. Our approach: We only use ingredients that are absolutely essential: for our jams, that means fruit and sugar – but not too much, just enough to balance the need to conserve our products and, above all, to retain the taste of the fruit. Sometimes we have to add a little gelling, in which case we only use fruit pectin. Our range of savoury and sweet and sour products also needs preservatives, but they are all natural and are familiar to you: vinegar, salt and lemons. Located at the foot of the southern slopes of Mt Ventoux, Ruchofruit is a local business that is over 20 years old. It is here that Christophe concocts a variety of traditional savoury and sweet recipes according to the seasons. Our region, Provence, is rich in fruit and vegetables, which we mostly buy from local producers. This means that we can be sure of the high quality and authentic taste of the products that we make for you, such as our jams, which range from the traditional – apricot, fig, cherry, Méréville, strawberry – via the more original – apricot and lavender, apricot and rosemary, nuts and figs – to the most unusual: kiwi, carrot, cherry, rum and cinnamon. These share the bill with savoury and sweet and sour dishes: green and black olives, tomato confit, aubergine caviar, stewed courgettes and other chutneys. We also have a few fruit juices, jelly, syrup and dried fruit in honey… in short, we try to showcase all the fruits and vegetables that we come across! WHAT IS THE FRUIT OF THIS WORK? No less than 35 specialities in addition to the honey from our hives – ruches in French – from where we originally got our name, Ruchofruit. Our approach: We only use ingredients that are absolutely essential: for our jams, that means fruit and sugar – but not too much, just enough to balance the need to conserve our products and, above all, to retain the taste of the fruit. Sometimes we have to add a little gelling, in which case we only use fruit pectin. Our range of savoury and sweet and sour products also needs preservatives, but they are all natural and are familiar to you: vinegar, salt and lemons. Located at the foot of the southern slopes of Mt Ventoux, Ruchofruit is a local business that is over 20 years old. It is here that Christophe concocts a variety of traditional savoury and sweet recipes according to the seasons. Our region, Provence, is rich in fruit and vegetables, which we mostly buy from local producers. This means that we can be sure of the high quality and authentic taste of the products that we make for you, such as our jams, which range from the traditional – apricot, fig, cherry, Méréville, strawberry – via the more original – apricot and lavender, apricot and rosemary, nuts and figs – to the most unusual: kiwi, carrot, cherry, rum and cinnamon. These share the bill with savoury and sweet and sour dishes: green and black olives, tomato confit, aubergine caviar, stewed courgettes and other chutneys. We also have a few fruit juices, jelly, syrup and dried fruit in honey… in short, we try to showcase all the fruits and vegetables that we come across! WHAT IS THE FRUIT OF THIS WORK? No less than 35 specialities in addition to the honey from our hives – ruches in French – from where we originally got our name, Ruchofruit. Our approach: We only use ingredients that are absolutely essential: for our jams, that means fruit and sugar – but not too much, just enough to balance the need to conserve our products and, above all, to retain the taste of the fruit. Sometimes we have to add a little gelling, in which case we only use fruit pectin. Our range of savoury and sweet and sour products also needs preservatives, but they are all natural and are familiar to you: vinegar, salt and lemons. Located at the foot of the southern slopes of Mt Ventoux, Ruchofruit is a local business that is over 20 years old. It is here that Christophe concocts a variety of traditional savoury and sweet recipes according to the seasons. Our region, Provence, is rich in fruit and vegetables, which we mostly buy from local producers. This means that we can be sure of the high quality and authentic taste of the products that we make for you, such as our jams, which range from the traditional – apricot, fig, cherry, Méréville, strawberry – via the more original – apricot and lavender, apricot and rosemary, nuts and figs – to the most unusual: kiwi, carrot, cherry, rum and cinnamon. These share the bill with savoury and sweet and sour dishes: green and black olives, tomato confit, aubergine caviar, stewed courgettes and other chutneys. We also have a few fruit juices, jelly, syrup and dried fruit in honey… in short, we try to showcase all the fruits and vegetables that we come across! WHAT IS THE FRUIT OF THIS WORK? No less than 35 specialities in addition to the honey from our hives – ruches in French – from where we originally got our name, Ruchofruit. Our approach: We only use ingredients that are absolutely essential: for our jams, that means fruit and sugar – but not too much, just enough to balance the need to conserve our products and, above all, to retain the taste of the fruit. Sometimes we have to add a little gelling, in which case we only use fruit pectin. Our range of savoury and sweet and sour products also needs preservatives, but they are all natural and are familiar to you: vinegar, salt and lemons. Located at the foot of the southern slopes of Mt Ventoux, Ruchofruit is a local business that is over 20 years old. It is here that Christophe concocts a variety of traditional savoury and sweet recipes according to the seasons. Our region, Provence, is rich in fruit and vegetables, which we mostly buy from local producers. This means that we can be sure of the high quality and authentic taste of the products that we make for you, such as our jams, which range from the traditional – apricot, fig, cherry, Méréville, strawberry – via the more original – apricot and lavender, apricot and rosemary, nuts and figs – to the most unusual: kiwi, carrot, cherry, rum and cinnamon. These share the bill with savoury and sweet and sour dishes: green and black olives, tomato confit, aubergine caviar, stewed courgettes and other chutneys. We also have a few fruit juices, jelly, syrup and dried fruit in honey… in short, we try to showcase all the fruits and vegetables that we come across! WHAT IS THE FRUIT OF THIS WORK? No less than 35 specialities in addition to the honey from our hives – ruches in French – from where we originally got our name, Ruchofruit. Our approach: We only use ingredients that are absolutely essential: for our jams, that means fruit and sugar – but not too much, just enough to balance the need to conserve our products and, above all, to retain the taste of the fruit. Sometimes we have to add a little gelling, in which case we only use fruit pectin. Our range of savoury and sweet and sour products also needs preservatives, but they are all natural and are familiar to you: vinegar, salt and lemons.


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