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Lilliput Capers with vinegar

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STAFF COLLECTION ONLY. NOT AVAILABLE FOR DELIVERY. Wild capers, handpicked in Morocco. Works well with white fish and prawns. Chilled Product


  • Please use the 74 Long Drive, UB6 8LZ or Unit A, Fairway Drive, UB6 8PW address for collections. This will remove the shipping charge at checkout.
  • Collections operate from order day 1, receive day 3 basis. You can collect from the warehouse office at Unit A, Fairway drive, UB6 8PW


The unopened flower bud of the Capparis Spinosa shrub, these lilliput capers are wild, hand-picked in Asfi on the West Coast of Morocco, and revered for their two-tone colour. Not only are they hand picked, they are the finest grade you can get, measuring no more than 5mm in diameter. Try mixing with chopped boiled eggs, mayonnaise, plain yoghurt, Cabernet Sauvignon vinegar, Dijon mustard and finely sliced spring onions - then serve with white fish or prawns.


Keep refrigerated.


Capers, salt. Packed in: water, grape vinegar.


Keep refrigerated. Once opened, keep refrigerated under brine and consume within 2 months..

Nutritional Information

Nutritional values per 100mls

Energy 92.7kJ/22.5kcal
Fat (g) 0.1g
Carbohydrates (g) 2.1
Of which sugars 0.1
Fibre (g) 3.6
Protein (g) 1.5
Salt (g) 4.5
Of which saturates 0.0
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In the Spring of 2015, we launched our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, ‘The Journey Matters’ to provide fresh, goal-driven focus to our sustainability efforts. The initiative is based on three core pillars: Product, Planet and People.

It promotes positive change through sustainability and social engagement, values which have been embedded in all our processes and communication since 1991, the beginning of Belazu. To accomplish our CSR goals, we work together with our suppliers, customers and employees.

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We are proud of what we have achieved so far, and we are conscious that we can always do more to contribute to a more sustainable future for all.

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