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February 4, 2007

Darbo Rose Apricot Jam “Rosenmarille”

Filed under: Austrian Jam,Buy - Order Online — admin @ 9:25 am

The Rose Apricot was brought from Hungary to Austria in 1918. The origin of the Rose Apricot is in Russia.

Because of its juicy and aromatic character, Rose Apricot fulfills the damands to make delicious jam out of it.

The Darbo company from Tirol produces jam since 1879. It was Rudolf Darbo who set the foundation stone for the subsequent success story.

Darbo was founded in todays Italian city Gorizia. In that time Gorizia was a part of the Austro Hungarian Empire and known as “Görz”. After the defeat in the first world war Gorizia was taken by the Italians. The boss of Darbo in that time was not so excited about such a change. He left Gorizia right after the war, and moved to Austria. He decided to continue his jam factory in the Tirolean village of Stans.

The overwhelming success of Darbo jam has been after the second world war. Austria became to one of the most important tourist countries in Europe, and the demand for jam and marmelade rised enormous. Darbo was able to make use of such gap in the market and established to the most successful jam producer in Austria.

The secret behind the success of Darbo jam is in the nature of things that 70% fruit content tastes 100% better. Darbo uses more fruit and less sugar. The Darbo secret for lots of flavour and fewer calories.


darbo konfitüre rosenmarille

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