Traditional Hungarian plum jam made from the juiciest fruits grown naturally in the pristine countryside. The jam is made by slowly cooking small batches of the fragrant fruit in metal cauldrons, just like in our great-grannies' time. The result of the traditional cooking technique is a thick and indulgent jam unlike any other. Made using only the finest fruits and without any added sugar, to create the perfect balance of slight natural tartness and the sweetness of ripe plums, bursting with flavour and fruity aromas.
This jam is ideal if you are looking to try it yourself, however if you like artisan pottery, or thinking of getting it as a present, then click here for the same delicious jam in a traditional clay pot.
As it contains no added sugar, this jam is a great option for those looking to cut-down on sugar either for dietary or health reasons, without making the slightest compromise on taste.
Free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
GMO, gluten and lactose free.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
It is the ideal breakfast condiment, delicious when spread on crusty bread, fresh golden toast, flaky croissants or buttery scones. Alternatively, mix it with with greek yoghurt or granola for a quick and filling meal.
Due to its thick and viscous consistency, it is also perfect in baking, and you can use it as a mouth-watering filling in cakes, sponges and pancakes.
The jam has the highest possible fruit content: 500g of fruit per 100g of the jam.
About the Manufacturer
Fruit of Bereg is a family-run artisan jam manufactory, based in Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg county, in the renowned heartland of plum and apricot jam making in Europe. The picturesque countryside is a delightful mix of quaint villages interspersed with meandering rivers and fruit orchards heavily laden with fragrant, ripe fruit under the baking summer sun.
The region is blessed with a unique combination of rich alluvial soil coupled with the perfect micro-climate for fruit production. The exceptional terroir, along with jam making traditions reaching back the centuries and passed down the generations, make the jams of Fruit de Bereg an utterly irresistible proposition.