Organic Strawberry Fruit Spread

Organic Strawberry Fruit Spread

Crofter's

Organic Strawberry Fruit Spread

Crofter's

Meet your right hand jam. It's here to sweeten everything—from crisp bread to creamy yogurt. And dessert? You'll wonder how you ever baked without it.

Sustainable goodness

Crofter's sources their fruit and cane sugar from certified organic and fair-trade certified farms that use regenerative techniques.

  • Gluten Free
  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

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Why we love it

This organic strawberry spread is about to be your jam. It's a pantry must-have that we spread on toast, swirl into yogurt, and even mix into homemade salad dressing. Every Crofter's jar is packed full of organic fruit and uses only real cane sugar. In other words, you're definitely going to want another spoonful.

How it does good

Making the world a better place with every spread

Sustainable practices in farming can and should be a part of the business from day one. Since 1989, Crofter's has been making organic fruit spreads using fair trade ingredients. Each year, their products undergo strict organic audits, including herbicide and pesticide tests at their in-house lab. To sweeten their jams, they work with fair-trade certified cane sugar farms that use regenerative farming techniques. This means the sugar is responsibly grown and harvested so that the surrounding land and water are kept clean and free from pollutants.

  • responsible sourcing

    From their heirloom fruit to the cane sugar, Crofter's takes special care to source organic, fair-trade, and sustainably farmed ingredients.
  • low carbon footprint

    Crofter's recycles 99% of the raw material packaging that comes through their production facility. That means they only sending one small bin to the landfill each week. They also purify and recirculate all of their water runoff, which has reduced their water consumption by 85%. In the winter, the hot water they use to seal their jam jars is repurposed to heat all of their buildings.
  • Green America Certified Business
  • Certified Non-GMO

How to use it

For the usuals: toast, yogurt. And the not-so usuals: salad dressing and cocktails.

When you're done...

The lid and jar are fully curbside recyclable once separated.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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