Naked Strawberry Spread - No Added Sugar
Experience the classic flavor of summer with impeccably ripe strawberries! Take in its vibrant color, aromas, and delicious jam-like flavors, without any added sugar. Enjoy it as a topping for cheesecake, thumbprint cookies, and shortbread cakes.
Or get creative and use it as a glaze for roasted duck with a balsamic reduction.
Never compromising on taste: Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Kosher, Vegan, Dairy Free, Nut Free, NO ADDED SUGAR, and Pure Fruit.
About the maker
Vicky and Joe, the founders of Blake Hill Preserves, come from diverse culinary backgrounds. With Vicky's childhood spent on English farms and Joe's upbringing in Gibraltar, their love for global flavors and preserve-making traditions brought them together. After spending a decade traveling across Asia, South America, and the Middle East, they settled in Grafton, Vermont, turning their 1800s farming property into a thriving preserves business. Their passion for preserving grew as they transformed their home kitchen into a bustling commercial jam-making space, eventually building their first preserves facility in Grafton in 2012.
Their dedication to quality and unique flavors led to collaborations with Vermont's finest cheese makers and bakers. In 2014, they won their first US Good Food Awards, Gold at The World's Marmalade Awards, and caught the attention of renowned personalities like Bobby Flay and Martha Stewart. These accolades kickstarted their exciting new career in preserve-making. To meet increasing demand, they built a larger kitchen and opened their first Specialty Preserves Shop in Windsor, Vermont, in 2016.
Today, Blake Hill Preserves offers tastings of over 40 varieties of sweet, savory, and spicy jams in their shop, and occasionally hosts cooking classes. In 2020, they launched the successful "Cooking with Jam" series, providing recipes that elevate simple dishes using Blake Hill jam. As a small business, they continue to create award-winning products that showcase their love for unique flavors and preserve-making traditions.