Best Seller! Made from wild berries. Boasting a sweet-tart flavor, it's a Great Plains specialty. 7.5 oz.
Chokecherries are very high in antioxidant pigment compounds. It is found in many different habitat types; typically open woodlands, prairie hillsides, rocky bluffs, canyons, roadsides, streams, and springs. Officially named the fruit of North Dakota by Governor John Hoeven in 1997.
This is as good as the chokecherry jam my Mom and Grandma used to make. This jelly is delicious on plain toast for breakfast.
I LOVE CHOKECHERRY JAM!! IT IS EVEN IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND WILD CHOKECHERRY BUSHES ANY MORE. I LEAVE IT TO YOU TO PROVIDE ME WITH THE BEST JAM THERE IS. THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO EVEN FIND THIS JAM WITH THE TASTE I LOVE!! I WILL DEFINITELY RECOMMEND IT TO MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS!!
This is my VERY favorite jelly! I used to help my Mom pick the berries off the trees in our shelterbelt. I miss doing that. I am so thankful you are making the products available.
Bought this for my husbands birthday as it is his favorite and we can't get it in any store in my AZ city. He is from ND and of course his mother used to make the chokecherry jelly years ago. He was thrilled with it and loves the taste, excellent!
Excellent jelly. Every bite brings back special North Dakota memories❤️
This the first time I have tried chokecherry jelly. It is excellent.
This is just like the memories I have of my mother-in-law's jelly. There is nothing like it to have with lefse.
I grew up in ND and my grandparents and parents picked wild chokecherries. Mom and Grandma made chokecherry jelly as did most of their friends. I grew up having this wonderful treat on my bread often. This chokecherry jelly brings me back to those days and it is so good! I may sound strange, but my favorite sandwich used to be chokecherry jelly, Cloverdale "Tangy" all beef summer sausage and longhorn cheese - yes, all together. It was great!