Maple Pumpkin Butter

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First Field Maple Pumpkin Butter
2 reviews

Maple Pumpkin Butter

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Huddle around the fire with some of this maple pumpkin butter on warm toast. It’s the fall thing to do.
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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

Canned pumpkin taste is never welcome. And this purée shines at that. A worthy addition to pies, breads, and soups, this small-batch ingredient is a must-have for all of your cold season recipes (and of course, throughout the year). Guests will be asking if you grew the pumpkins yourself.

First Field is dedicated to sustainable farming and sourcing practices. Their products are grown and harvested in the U.S., which helps them lower their carbon footprint.

Good news! Once rinsed and separated, the glass jar and metal lid are 100% curbside recyclable.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.

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ingredient integrity

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low carbon footprint

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recyclable packaging

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committed to social good

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rave worthy

How it does good

Ingredients with 100% traceability

First Field takes great care to grow delicious produce while still being kind to our planet. They have their own farm in Kingston, New Jersey and source their spices and sugar from other organic, non-GMO farms. Part of their company mission is to grow and source crops in a way that maintains soil health and mitigates environmental harm. All of their practices are traceable and they believe in 100% transparency, so anyone who enjoys their harvest can find out where they came from and how they were grown.