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The Best Maine Blueberry Jam in New England


Article and photos by Eric Hurwitz. Page created on 9/7/17.

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Buy Wild Maine Blueberry Jam from Stonewall Kitchen

I've never tasted a blueberry jam I didn't like. From the bargain brand to the gourmet, the simple combination of blueberries and sugar usually yields good results. There is, however, a wild Maine blueberry jam from Stonewall Kitchen, of York, Maine, that really stands out from the rest.  Perhaps it's in the high quality of the chosen wild Maine blueberries, the right touch of sugar, or both, but the Stonewall Kitchen version is just bursting with wild blueberry flavor. It's perfect on an organic peanut or almond butter sandwich, or on your breakfast toast. You can purchase this delicious blueberry jam by clicking on the link or graphic above, or visiting the Stonewall Kitchen store at 2 Stonewall Lane, off Route 1 North, York, Maine. Tel. (207) 351-2713. It's really a great New England retail travel destination, with fresh New England products, and kitchen, gardening and home goods -- plus a cafe with delicious bakery items, wines, salads, sandwiches, a Sunday brunch and full dinners.

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