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Vino De Milo Maple Bacon Onion Addictive Jam
Hot Pepper Jellies not only make an awesome PB&J sandwich but they are great served over cream cheese or when used as a glaze! Some of our jelly flavors include Backyard Hot Pepper Peach Jelly and Heinie Hurtin' JalapeƱo Hot Sauce & Jelly!

Vino De Milo Maple Bacon Onion Addictive Jam

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Like Vino de Milo's pasta sauces, salad dressings and bruschettas, all of their products have a splash of wine and are made in small batches at their Ohio
production facility, with a strong focus on quality. This instant classic is an incredibly versatile spread that makes easy appetizers, deep rich sauces,
and unbelievably good sandwiches. Spoon over pork at end of cooking.


Made in Ohio



Ingredients: roasted onions, filtered water, sugar, apples, brown sugar, pectin, cider vinegar, nitrite- and nitrate-free bacon, beef
base, sea salt, Merlot wine, citric acid, balsamic vinegar, maple syrup, natural bacon flavor, hickory smoke, natural maple flavor. Gluten-free, all-natural,
no allergens!

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Market Price $8.99

Our Low Price $7.99

Special Price for 3 Bottles $20.97 - Save $6.00 Bottle Price $6.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $71.88 - Save $36.00 Bottle Price $5.99

Like Vino de Milo's pasta sauces, salad dressings and bruschettas, all of their products have a splash of wine and are made in small batches at their Ohio production facility, with a strong focus on quality. This instant classic is an incredibly versatile spread that makes easy appetizers, deep rich sauces, and unbelievably good sandwiches. Spoon over pork at end of cooking.

Made in Ohio

Ingredients: roasted onions, filtered water, sugar, apples, brown sugar, pectin, cider vinegar, nitrite- and nitrate-free bacon, beef base, sea salt, Merlot wine, citric acid, balsamic vinegar, maple syrup, natural bacon flavor, hickory smoke, natural maple flavor. Gluten-free, all-natural, no allergens!

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