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Texture of jam and marmalade

In combination with pectin and fruit acids in fruit and berries, sugar contributes to the formation of jelly.

The ratio of these ingredients to each other is essential for achieving a sufficiently firm jelly. Consequently, extra pectin is often added. Otherwise the jam would be too runny.

If other sweeteners are used, it is necessary to add other firming agents.