Organic Ume Plum Jam

Yumé Boshi

Organic Ume Plum Jam

Organic Ume Plum Jam

Regular price $20 USD
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Perfectly balanced between sweet and tart, Yumé Boshi's Good Food Award winning ume plum jam is otherworldly good. Made with Nanko variety ume plums, this versatile jam is supremely succulent with notes of apricot, spring flowers, and just a hint of bitterness for complexity.

Pure heaven on a grilled cheese sandwich or dolloped on top of yogurt or ice cream.

Store in a cool area out of direct sunlight. Refrigerate after opening.

See also: Organic Umeboshi Plums and Organic Ume Plum Vinegar.

Based in Oakland, California, Yumé Boshi is a small batch, artisanal food producer focused on making traditional Japanese preserved goods with locally grown organic produce. Inspired by Japanese grandmas, founder Ayako Iino uses preserve-making as a medium to share the beauty of high-quality heirloom ingredients and the art of fermentation. 

Grown and slow fermented in California.

Contains 5 oz.


• Organic ume plums
• Organic sugar

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Average transit time is 3-7 business days within the Western US and 5-9 days to the Eastern US.

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Returned items must be received in original unused condition in order to qualify for a refund.

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