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A variety of Wallingford Farm jams
  • 20 oz. jar


Originally, this story began in 1975, in Blue Hill, Maine, when a retired submarine cook made his family’s old recipes for jams out of his Sea Captain’s home. After winning multiple blue ribbons, he moved his plant to where it is now, in the small town of Trenton, Maine.  In 1987, the Gauvin family took over the plant where they continue to make all of the traditional favorite flavors along with some unique flavors not commonly found in the jam and jelly industry.


They continue to be made the old-fashioned way, over a stove and then hand poured.

Jams & Jellies


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