Pomona's Universal Pectin
28 g
Pomona's Universal Pectin is a sugar-free, preservative free, low-methoxyl citrus pecin.  It can be used to sweeten jam and jelly with low amount of any sweetener, such as sugar, honey, agave, maple syrup, frozen juice concentrate, stevia, xylitol, Sucanat, etc.  Each 28 g box makes 2-4 batches (about 5-8 oz jars per batch).  Each box comes with recipes and full directions.  

  • Pectin keeps indefinitely
  • Gluten free
  • Vegan
  • Contains no additives, preservatives, sugar or dextrose.  

Ingredients: 100% pure citrus pectin

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Ina: a few months ago

Love this product for any amount of sugar jam (low especially). The instructions are easy to use and adapt to your own recipe.

Jane: a few months ago

Love the fact that it is natural without any preservatives, additives or sugar.

Mike: a few months ago

Excellent service.

Kelly: a few months ago

This product is fantastic if you want to make low sugar jams. Great instructions, recipes, and easy to use.

Louise: more than a year ago

I used this pectin to make sour cherry jam, bumble berry jam, and various other jams using berries in season. It is so simple to create your own jams with this pectin, as it follows a simple ration of pectin to fruit. I appreciate being able to taste the natural sugars of the fruit, rather than the taste of refined sugar. I use organic cane sugar (and way less than with other pectin); the jam comes out delicious and nicely set every single time. It is a great product and one box goes a long way.

Melissa: more than a year ago

Works really well for jams, but not so great for sorbets. I appreciate that one package actually makes many jars of jams, whereas with other packaged pectin, the whole package is needed.

Linda: more than a year ago

Just what I needed for my gluten free GFOAS Bakes Bread dough

Wendy: more than a year ago

Great for use making a vegan Pepper Jack CheeZe recipe I use from the internet. It sets well with good consistency.

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