I should start this post by saying that I do not like jam or jelly at all. I have unpleasant memories of globby grape jelly on my childhood peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. But this stuff is great on PB&J:
Crofter’s makes four superfruit flavors: Asia, Europe, North America, and South America. I love that the ingredient list is simple and completely organic: organic fruit, organic fair trade cane sugar, natural fruit pectin (gelling agent), and ascorbic acid (preservative).
The only flavor I’ve tried so far is the North American (pictured above), but I have the other three flavors on standby in the pantry (there was a sale at New Leaf, so we stocked up!). The North American blend has a sweet, slightly tart flavor but I think more than anything, I like the texture. There are pieces of whole berries and it isn’t terribly sweet or syrupy.
My new favorite snack, especially before a bike ride:
I first saw Crofter’s on a blog that I follow (http://katheats.com) and I was intrigued. It isn’t available at Publix, but I finally found it at a local grocery co-op, and a search on the Crofter’s website revealed that it is for sale at a number of health stores across Florida. I would highly recommend this – it takes PB&J from kid food to a yummy, healthy, grown-up snack.
By the way, I am not getting $ or free products from Crofter’s to review their Superfruit Spread, so my opinion is not biased – I just wanted to share that I think it is a great find and part of a great snack!