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Book review: Pam the Jam: The Book of Preserves, by Pam Corbin 13 July 2019 by

With increasing competition across all sectors of the industry, successful businesses are the ones that stand out from the crowd and offer a point of difference.

This may be something as major as a sparkling and innovative refurbishment or as simple as the marmalade served with your toast at breakfast. It is the latter that this new book, Pam the Jam, will be able to help you with.

Pam Corbin is a leading expert on preserves. She ran her own business in Dorset, making and selling jams for 14 years before selling up to Wilkin & Sons. She then went on to teach preserve making at Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage business, to write books and become a judge of the World's Original Marmalade Awards in the Lake District.

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