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Strawberry Rhubarb Jam from Sarabeth's


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American-Made Fruit Preserves

Sarabeth's Strawberry Rhubarb Jam is made with only four ingredients: strawberries, rhubarb, sugar and lemon juice. This classic fruit combination is sweet and tangy with a spreadable, spoonable texture.

How to use

Sarabeth's Strawberry Rhubarb Jam is heaven straight out of the jar or used as an ingredient in the kitchen. Slather a thick layer over toast (try it with salted butter for an extra indulgent treat), serve alongside fresh croissants or spoon on top of yogurt or oatmeal.

Are you in a baking mood? Try this jam as a filling for hand pies or homemade Pop-Tarts. Or layer into fruit crumble bars!

About the producer

In 1981, Sarabeth began making Orange-Apricot Marmalade from her home kitchen from a 200-year old family recipe and selling it to local food shops. From that humble beginning, Sarabeth and her husband/business partner Bill Levine now own and operate a jam factory, a wholesale-retail bakery café and nine restaurants. It is a true American success story.

More Info

United States
New York
18 ounces

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Yolande Griffin
Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

Strawberry Rhubarb Jam is a favorite in England, so being a Brit I was delighted to find this jam. It is really delicious, and I will order it again.

Mark H
Grandma was right...

I’ve always used a full-on, strawberry-only, wall of flavor smear for my morning jam. Turns out, the old fashioned way of adding a little rhubarb to the mix actually makes the strawberry flavor…well...more strawberry! All this time wasted not living up to my strawberry potential.

This jam has a lovely, smooth, sweet berry flavor.

The only reason I am giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is because the consistency is more pourable (which gets sloppy and thin on toast …though perfect on yogurt) and I prefer a thicker “spoonable” set.