This rinse apple syrup, in the authentic yellow can is traditionally eaten on sandwiches, in combination with e.g. cheese or sausage, on pancakes or used in the preparation of meat sauces.
Around 1870 Jan Timmermans from Beesel started producing syrup for sale. The production was completely traditional, using a hand press and oak wooden barrels. At one point, so much syrup was sold that Jan Timmermans could no longer handle the production alone. A family business was created.
Ingredients: sugar beet juice, apple juice, lemon juice, gelling agent: pectin.
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