Wild Berry Jam
This balanced blend of locally sourced berries tastes like your favorite brown-bag lunch if it grew up and got its degree in deliciousness. Smooth enough for your knife or spoon to sink into and classy as only Beth's Farm Kitchen can make it, this jam is delightfully dark purple and ripe with berry flavor.
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About the Brand
Beth's Farm Kitchen
Beth’s Farm Kitchen was started by Beth Linskey, the author of a 1981 recipe book that still continues to be a customer favorite to this day. This company is rooted in supporting local farmers as well as connecting customers with Hudson Valley flavors. They strive to preserve the harvest in order to support the diversity and livelihoods of the people who work hard bringing us food everyday. They make sure to support their communities by providing training and job opportunities for women of color, immigrants, and individuals with a history of convictions who are interested in joining the agriculture industry.Shop Brand
How to use
When your spoon's scraping the bottom of your jam jar, mix that last teaspoon with white wine vinegar and olive oil for a fruity dressing sure to impress.
What People Are Saying
- tart cherry
- paper waste
- HIVE adhesive tags
- shipping feature
Best jam ever!
I’ve tried 3 of her jams so far. Love the ingredients and the flavors. My favorite is the tart cherry and apricot but I like them all.
Wild Berry Jam
This is absolutely, hands-down, the very best jam I've ever had. It was supposed to be Saskatoon jam. But by chance, I've ordered some of the very best Jame, Ever! I highly recommend this! You should get yours now, before I buy 'em all!
New Packaging Issue
In the last shipment received, most of the items had HIVE adhesive tags across the top of each jar/bottle. This was a new shipping feature. My wife and I thought that the adhesive paper was a pain to remove, and unnecessary--especial for a company trying to limit the amount of paper waste.....
Yummy on buttered toast!!