Certain products may only be available on a seasonal basis.
What's the difference between jam, jelly, preserves and marmalade?
Jam is made with whole fruit; usually crushed, pulped or cut up. Jelly is made with the juice only, although it may have other things such as whole herbs added to it. A preserve uses the whole fruit without breaking it up, or has large pieces. It is cooked for a long time and does not have pectin. Marmalade uses the zest, pulp and juice of citrus fruits. Fruit butters are made by slowly cooking fruit and juices in the oven until thickened.
Sugar or no sugar?
Some of our products can also be made with apple juice or sugar-free sweetener instead of sugar. Call or email for information. 315-595-8803, firstname.lastname@example.org