With 20% nectar this is the mustard with the highest percentage of honeydew on the market. The honeydew in this mustard has been harvested in Sicily on the slopes of Mount Etna. It has been selected for its great taste and beneficial qualities. The honeydew in this mustard acts as an conservative of this great honey mustard.
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|Without added sugar|
|Peanut and nut free|
|Sesame seeds free|
Whole grain mustard, Cider vinegar, mustard seeds, citrus honeydew 20%, water, salt
|Value for 100g (g)|
|of which sugars||17.8|
|of which saturated||0.3|
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