Fig Jam


There is something very soothing and comfortable about fig jam. As a children we ate fig newtons and has dried figs at Christmas, but never fig jam. Today, we enjoy fig jam with wine and cheese, on breads, in baking and even with peanut butter on good old white bread. Originally from the Mediterranean, our choice of Adriatic figs is a sweet choice for the best of fig jams.

Net Wt. 20 ounces

sugar, figs,
water, lemon juice, pectin.

Nutritional Information:
Serving Size 1 tbsp. (18g)
Servings Per Container: 32

Amount Per Serving:
Calories 50
Total Fat 0g
Sodium 0g
Total Carbohydrates 13g
Sugar 12g
Protein 0g


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Fig jam

I absolutely love the fig jam. I bought my first jar in a country store in Stroudsburg. After sharing it with a friend I had to order 2 more jars, it’s delicious and fresh. Thank you
Posted by Connie Donohue, Nov 23rd 2020

Fig jam so good!

This is my 3rd jar in the past few weeks. My family and I can’t get enough of it. It’s becoming a staple!
Posted by Debbie Lombardi , Jun 10th 2020

Heaven on a spoon

oh myyyyyyy...fig jam?!! Yes, yes, yes!!!! It is the most delicious husband and I have a fig tree, and being Italian I should love fresh figs..but I don't...not even dried...but give me a fig balsamic...and better yet, this fig jam....heaven on a spoon! I am going to make little grilled brie cheese and fig jam sammys out of an Italian 'bout THEM figs?!! Thank you...we'll be back to Wilbur's for more
Posted by Jean L, Jul 14th 2016