Ganik Confectionery Turkish Delight Halva Jam Marmalade
With Fruit

According to the story, the word "lokum" came up from the another word "rahat ul-hulküm" in Ottoman language that meant "throat salving". Since 15 th century, it has been known in Anatolia but in the 17th century, it started to be known in Ottoman Empire completely.

It was also carried to the Europe whereby an English voyager in 18 th century and known as "Turkish Delight". In the beginning, it was produced from the combination of molasses or honey and flour. Afterwards, it has been produced by using refined sugar and starch.

250 gr. Turkish Delight with Dried Fruits
454 gr. Turkish Delight with Dried Fruits
2000 gr. Turkish Delight with Dried Fruits
4000 gr. Turkish Delight with Dried Fruits
550 gr. Turkish Delight with Dried Fruits
600 gr. Turkish Delight with Dried Fruits
700 gr. Turkish Delight with Dried Fruits
250 gr. Turkish Delight with Mixed Fruits
454 gr. Turkish Delight with Mixed Fruits