makes Pioneer Valley jam so good? As with many foods, the ingredients make all the difference.
First, it’s the fruit—first quality fruit picked and quickly
frozen until it’s ready to go into your jam. Much of the fruit comes from
Pioneer Valley’s own orchards so you know that the fruit is picked at perfect
ripeness and processed without shipping it half way across the country. You
can’t have great jam without great fruit. Plus, this jam isn’t diluted with a
bunch of water. Some grocery store jams and jellies may be made of as much as
40% water—and they’re not even required to put that on the label!
It's also the careful, handcrafted care that a small, family-owned
company puts into its jam. They know how to make great jam and they don’t cut
How can you tell if you’re getting a good jam? Look at the label.
Is it made with cane sugar or corn syrup? Corn syrup is cheaper and easier to
work with but it masks the flavors of the fruit. If it’s made with corn syrup,
what other corners are they cutting? All Pioneer Valley jams are made with
authentic, pure cane sugar.
You'll find Pioneer Valley jam thick, rich, and flavorful and the
perfect addition to your breads and muffins. Try your favorite varieties. Each
attractive hex glass jar contains eight ounces of premium jam.
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