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Banana is the new strawberry according to the South Pacific Jam Company

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Strawberry jam is dead. And no, that’s not because psychos keep pricking them with needles all over the country, but, according to the South Pacific Jam Company, strawberry jam has a new contender for first place in the jam game. And, the usurper? Banana jam.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by South Pacific Jam Company (@southpacificjamcompany) on Sep 26, 2017 at 8:03pm PDT They categorise it as a taste of spontaneous joy, which – as founder and manufacturer, Catherine Stace would attest to – is just the beginning. Because Australia has an abundance of tree fruits but culturally we’ve been stuck in a loop of runner fruits, we have overlooked stunning flavour profiles such as bananas. Using popular home-grown fruits, the Banana Jam, Mango & Ginger Jam and Guava & Pineapple Jam are made with crafted blends of Australian unrefined raw sugar, coconut oil and coconut sugar creating a rich, caramelised coconut setting with up to 40 per cent* less sugar than other jam and spreads. And the result is incredible! Banana jam primarily is quite a delicate flavour; sweet, but fruity, smooth, but textured – but overall delicious. The South Pacific Jam Company range is versatile; you can add it to your toast, drizzle it on pancakes, top it on yoghurt, shake it up in a smoothie, slather it on a pavlova, add it to a cheese platter or create a salad dressing, which is why it’s so good. A lot of what the South Pacific Jam Company produces can be used in this way as well as the traditional ‘on… Read More