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Crofter's Organic Wild Blueberry Just Fruit Spread
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Native to North America, Crofter’s blueberries are wild harvested in nearby Quebec. These intensely coloured lowbush berries are far more petite and flavour-packed than the cultivated highbush variety common to the produce section at your neighborhood grocery.

Small but mighty, these organic berries are fearless free radical fighters. 


Features:

  • Certified Organic
  • Non-GMO Project Certified
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free

Ingredients: Concentrated Organic Grape Juice, Organic Wild Blueberries, Natural Apple Pectin, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Citric Acid.


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Linda: a few months ago

I love this jam. It is just so tasty and fresh even in a jar. I encourage everyone to try it. You will love it on your toast or pancakes


Sarah: a few months ago

This jam is really good! It doesn't have added sugar but do note that it has concentrated grape juice. SO it is sweet but not too sweet at all, just the way I personally like it. It is very fruity too. I highly recommend it.


Alisha: about a year ago

My favourite jam, I love that it's not too sweet and it's got a great consistency.


NV: more than a year ago

I really love this brand because it is organic. This one is much better than other brands. Highly recommended.


April: more than a year ago

YUM just saying


Jenna: more than a year ago

This is a litter tougher to spread than the traditional fruit spreads (made with sugar.) It is still good none the less.


D.L: more than a year ago

D.L: more than a year ago

It can be a little difficult to spread but the flavour makes up for it. Very good.

verna: more than a year ago

If it wasn't for the citric acid and ascorbic acid, I would try your fruit spreads but cannot tolerate those ingredients. Almost every spread on the market has those ingredients, unfortunately for me.

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