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John Francis | Mar 24, 2013 02:59 PM

I hear that sales of marmalade are declining, even in the UK. Surprising, to me anyway, since orange marmalade has been a fixture at breakfast and for a mid-afternoon snack, and little packs of it are standard in hotel breakfast rooms.

The bitter-sweet kind made with Seville oranges is what I like; Smuckers and that ilk aren't interesting to me. Over the years I've bought Keiller's and Chivers more or less indiscriminately - Keiller's more often recently since the local Trader Joe's stocked it at a good price. But now TJ's make their own Seville Orange Marmalade and I actually like it better, as it has more orange rind; $3.50 for a 17.5 oz jar. The label says it's "product of Canada." Well done, Canada!

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