Marmellata di bacche di rosa canina

Marmellata di bacche di rosa canina, or rosehip jam, is a traditional Italian delicacy that can be found in various towns and communes in the Marche region of Italy. One of the towns where this jam is commonly produced is Serra San Quirico, known for its rich agricultural heritage. In Serra San Quirico, you can find this delicious jam in local stores such as La Bottega delle Delizie and Il Frutteto.

Another commune where you can find marmellata di bacche di rosa canina is Apiro. This small town is famous for its production of organic products, and you can find the jam in stores like L’Orto di Apiro and La Bottega del Gusto.

One popular recipe using rosehip jam is crostata di marmellata di rosa canina, a traditional Italian tart. To make this recipe, you will need a shortcrust pastry base and a generous amount of rosehip jam as the filling. Another recipe is rosehip jam-filled cookies, where you can use the jam as a delicious filling for buttery cookies.

Marmellata di bacche di rosa canina has received the prestigious PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which guarantees its traditional production methods and high-quality ingredients. The specifications for this recognition include using only wild rosehips harvested in the Marche region, a minimum fruit content of 60%, and a slow cooking process to preserve the natural flavors and nutrients of the fruit.

– “La Bottega delle Delizie” –
– “Il Frutteto” –
– “L’Orto di Apiro” –
– “La Bottega del Gusto” –