Frequently Asked Questions
What is your shipping policy?
All domestic orders must be in multiples of 3 Jars (3, 6, or 9) | if you would like to order a case please contact (304)842-8945
Please contact us for international shipping options (304)842-8945
Are your products gluten free?
Generally there is no gluten found in any jelly–since the majority of jellies are made with just fruit, sugar, and some other ingredients that do not include any wheat or binders. ... Most jellies, jams and preserves will contain vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and fiber from the fruit used to make them.
How do I order wholesale?
Please contact Becky at (304)842-8945
What is the difference between Preserves, Jams and Jelly?
It can be confusing, so here are a few sweet hints to help you buy the one that’s right for you: Jellies are made from fruit juice, and when cooked, they . . . well, gel. Jam is made from crushed, pureed fruit. It usually is a bit thicker than jelly. Preserves contain whole fruit, pressed through a specialized colander and usually the seeds or pit is extracted. This makes them thicker and more filled with fruit than jelly or jam.
Do fruit butters contain any dairy?
No! The "cream of the fruit" is what these non-fat, non-dairy fruit butters really are. Filled with intense fruit flavor, they usually contain less sugar and 33% less carbohydrates than fruit preserves. Their smooth, spreadable texture is the perfect complement to muffins, waffles or toast.
What is Pectin?
Pectin is a soluble fiber found in most plants inside the cell walls and often binds cells together. It is most abundant in:
- The peel and pulp of citrus fruits
In food, it is most commonly used to thicken jams, jellies, and preserves. Its concentration is highest when the fruit is at the just-ripe stage. It is a carbohydrate and is also a source of soluble fiber. Pectin is different than "gelatin" as gelatin is a protein derived from the collagen of animal bones and skin.