Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

29 reviews
Beth's Farm Kitchen Strawberry Rhubarb Jam
29 reviews

Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

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We’ve got nothing against pie, but this jam brings the combo of tongue-tingling rhubarb and fresh berry to new heights. Each bite of this bestselling jam bursts on your tongue like a ripe strawberry.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

For years, people left rhubarb off their ingredients lists because of its sour taste. It wasn’t until some kind soul thought to pair it with strawberry that the lonely stalk finally found its perfect match. In this delectable, bright red jam, just begging to stick to your spoon (or fingers), the fruity floralness of strawberries complements tangy rhubarb for a classic flavor with a tart twist.

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.