Click to enlargeWild Salmonberry Jam

Salmonberries, related to raspberries, are found in coastal Alaska and Canada. Our delicious jam contains 50% berries, sugar, wildflower honey, lemon juice, Pomona's pectin, calcium, and citric acid. Pectin is necessary for salmonberry to gel, but we use a low-sugar pectin so that we can still keep the proportion of sugars down. It does contains seeds, though we have filtered out approximately 2/3 of them. This jam is unusual and delicious and, as salmonberries are highly valued by Alaskans, currently our best-selling jam. Our salmonberries are picked primarily in the wilds of Kodiak Island, off Alaska's southern shore. 2014 berries are coming in now, and they are beautiful!! Available in 3.7 and 6.3 ounce jars.