Cherry Apricot Jam

9 reviews
Beth's Farm Kitchen Cherry Apricot Jam
9 reviews

Cherry Apricot Jam

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This is the jam other jams have on their inspiration board. Sour cherries, picked right in the Hudson Valley, pair with ripe, golden apricot for a velvety, satisfyingly tart spread to aspire to.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

Punchy, pucker-producing, and brilliantly red, sour cherries are known as “pie” cherries because they come into their flavor best when baked or mixed with other fruits. Here, they’re partnering with juicy apricots, who share cherries’ tartness while bringing something sweet to the table. The result? A beautiful, dark jam that’s as fresh-tasting as it is smooth.

Beth's Farm Kitchen was founded to support small farms in the Hudson Valley, and it has a 40-year history of helping women of color who want to enter the agriculture space.

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How it does good

Small batches doing a lot of good

Beth Linskey founded her jam business on two passions: clean, delicious jellies and chutneys, made by hand in small batches, and supporting her Hudson Valley neighborhood. Almost forty years later, Beth’s Farm Kitchen is sticking to its founding ideals, sourcing simple ingredients from small, community farms and selling them in small, community businesses. Now BIPOC-owned, they partner primarily with woman- and family-owned growers, acting in their partners’ best interests with growing contracts and year-round aid. They set an example socially, hiring and educating women, immigrants, BIPOC, and people with a history of convictions. A zero-waste facility, they also support their community environmentally by maintaining a low carbon footprint.