Friday, October 28, 2011

E.D. Smith's Cherry Raspberry Rhubarb Spread




Our daughter found this at Costco's.  E.D. Smith (since 1882) Cherry Raspberry Rhubarb Spread, MORE FRUIT 1/2 the calories of a regular preserve.

E.D. Smith Foods, Ltd., Winona, On Canada L8E 5S3
1-800-263-9246
www.edsmith.com
Product of Canada
5% more fruit than a regular preserve.  1/2 the calories of a regular preserve. 40% less sugar than a regular preserve.  Item #460494

Ruby Peck-Hollembaek
Farmer/Rancher
Delta Junction, Alaska
Alaska, where rhubarb is our apple!
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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

just found this at costco in michigan--love it. would like to try orange.

Anonymous said...

The best fruit spead -- purchased at COSTCO around Christmas time. They no longer stock it --where can I purchase it in the Salt Lake City Ut. area

Ph # 801-771-0286 or

email - Domarcol@q.com

Anonymous said...

bsfound this at COSTCO in Salt Lake City --they no longer stock it --where can I purchase

Jean said...

This is my all-time favorite jam! I wonder if it is a seasonal thing. The next time I see it, I am going to buy 10 bottles. It makes great filling for cookies.

Sean and Marian Finley said...

Has anyone found any? I too would like to purchase it again and the Texas costcos are out and don't plan on getting anymore.

Jerrod's mommy said...

I know it's been a few months since anyone has posted, but I just wanted to say that they have pallets full of this jam at the Costco I shop at here in Minnesota!

Anonymous said...

No sighting of this jam in Fremont,CA costco. I had bought this last year in Ohio. Hoping the costco here brings this back in stock.

JoAnn said...

Anyone have any good recipes to use this?

Anonymous said...

Just found this yesterday (1/29/14) at the Murray, UT Costco.

Anonymous said...

JoAnn I am trying to find more of this. It is the best jam I have ever eaten. I'm sure that I found mine at Costco in brandon, fl . I think this jam would make a great filling in cakes. I made a cake with raspberry jam, and it was wonderful.


Anonymous said...

I just spoke to a customer service rep at E. D. Smith's. She said we all need to fill out a customer care form at Costco and ask that they PLEASE bring back the Cherry, Raspberry, Rhubarb spread. So if you are wanting to purchase this wonderful fruit spread, start filling out those forms at your local Costco any where in the United States!!!!

walter said...

IS THERE ANY PLACE OTHER THAN COSTCO TO GET CRR SPREAD IN DUNWOODY ,GA? WALMART, PUBLIX, KROGER, FRESH MARKET, SPROUTS, PLEASE REPLY TO ASAP.
WALTER SOBOLESKI TEL 770-396-5514
E-MAIL walso@aol.com
5291 littlebrooke circle
Dunwoody GA. 30338

walt

GreenYourLife said...

We are the manufacturer of the E.D. Smith 40oz Cherry Raspberry Rhubarb Spread specifically produced for Costco stores on a rotational basis. Unfortunately, we do not have a confirmation of any rotations in your area at this time. We do not sell our products directly to consumers.

Costco stores have asked that our consumers place a written request with their customer service desk if our products are not currently available. You may use the Costco website to make comments and/or request a permanent listing if you wish. http://www.costco.com/call-us.html

Bea Walker said...

I cannot understand why Costco doesn't keep this in stock, considering how many people want it. If I had known how good it was at the first jar I would have bought a dozen jars and my friend would have also.

Patina said...

I live in Allegany Oregon (near the coast) and the closest Costco is in Roseburg Oregon, approximately 100 miles away. I check EVERY TIME I make the trip, hoping against HOPE that this incredible jam will be in stock! Unfortunately, I am doomed to disappointment 99 of 100 times! :-( When I DO find it, I buy as much as I can afford at one time, and unashamedly "hoard" it and "stretch" it for as long as possible!!! Having just subscribed to this site, will that enable me to be notified when this product finds its way to my Costco?

Also, just want to give a "thumbs up" to the subscriber identified as "anonymous," who seems to be as desperate as I am for this amazing product!!! :-) Patina