Wild Blueberry Conserves

10 oz jar

Retail Price: $4.85

Our Price: $3.25 (Save 33%)

10 oz jar

Why You’ll Love It

Continuing the French tradition of producing fine food, French chefs have created St Dalfour all natural fruit conserves from an old recipe handed down over generations in the heart of the Loire Valley. Bringing age old French traditions together with New Zealand's love of fruit, St Dalfour has created a great tasting healthy alternative to high sugar, highly processed jams. Synonymous with good taste, St Dalfour conserves do not contain any added sugar, only the natural sweetness of concentrated grape juice. There are no additives, colourings, flavourings, or preservatives, just 100% spreadable fruit. This is not only a healthier alternative but also ideal for those with special dietary requirements. St Dalfour conserves are the perfect match for lightly toasted breads and croissants. Try also as a delicious fruit complement to cold cuts of meat or poultry, especially good with Cranberry & Blueberry. Royal Fig is a perfect partner when served with a cheese board and Black Cherry is...
SKU: 084380957246

About This Brand

St. Dalfour is a privately owned family company under the same ownership since its founding in 1984. The St. Dalfour production facility is located in the Aquitaine region of Southwest France, an area known for centuries of culinary excellence as well as the famous wines of Bordeaux. St. Dalfour Fruit Spreads, made from natural fruits and free of any preservatives or added sugar, are delivered from our production facility to 120 countries. St. Dalfour is the first company to have applied special concentrated grape juice from which the aroma and flavor was removed during the jam production, which made it possible to produce naturally sweet 100% jam without added sugar. This method has its origin with the grandmother of Mr. Kistner, the president of St. Dalfour. During the First World War, sugar was very limited in supply and quite expensive. Because the Kistner family owned vineyards and had access to extensive supply of grapes, Mr. Kistner’s grandmother made jam with concentrated...
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Wild Blueberries 51%, Grape Juice Concentrate, Fruit Pectin

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Serving Size 1 Tbsp Servings Per Container About 12

Amount Per Serving

Calories 70

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 14g 5%
Sugars 13g
Protein 0g

Reviews For Wild Blueberry Conserves

Based on 15 Reviews

Great Paleo treat

I use this jam on chia pudding and it is amazing! Great blueberry flavor - no "bad" ingredients.

- Lorraine


This is my favorite item that I buy from Thrive! Love it on GF waffles with melted butter or on GF Pancakes! Mmmmmm!!!

- Lisa V


Would certainly recommend to anyone.

- Carri

Wild Blueberry Conserves

My husband and I love these Wild Blueberry Conserves especially since they contain no sugar or other additives. We regularly have this jam for breakfast on our gluten-free toast along with either eggs or oatmeal. It is delicious!

- Judith A. De Poe

Best fruit spread ever!!!!

Wow, I was incredibly, pleasantly surprised by this! When using a "jelly" type spread, I had been using an "all fruit" spread from the grocery store, but it was not organic (not even available in organic.) I was expecting this to be an organic version of that. Well...this is a thousand times better! This is loaded with WHOLE blueberries, I mean LOADED, like it could be blueberry pie filling, minus the added sugar! I also order the raspberry flavor and can hardly wait to try it! :D

- mary e.

Nice treat!

This is not a jam, jelly or preserve. I was surprised when I tasted this. Perfect on vanilla ice cream, cheese cake or your own imagination.

- Maria

Love the Ingredients or lack thereof

Love the little to no things added, the jam is a bit sweet for my taste though

- Brittany

Super with PB&J

The flavor is wonderful. There are even real blueberry pieces in it, which are so flavorful. Great for the ole standby PB&J.

- Ana


Very, very sweet - so use sparingly!

- Denise

Love it

I love this spread on toast and pancakes. You can't go wrong

- Phil

On the Sweet Side

A little on the sweet side, but tastes very fresh! I love that you can see all the blueberries in it--yum!

- Arielle

Very Sweet

I love blueberries and these conserves feed into that. It is slightly too sweet for my taste, but when paired with almond butter or on toast, it's really very good.

- Penilope


This Blueberry Conserves is fantastic! My favorite by far. Plus, here on Thrive it is super cheap so I can get it whenever I want to without breaking the bank.

- Benjamin Dean

good but too sweet

This conserve is delicious, but way too sweet for my taste. I wish I could taste more of the blueberries, rather than just the sweetener.

- Ivanka

I super love blueberries.

I super love blueberries. This particular product really has the genuine taste of blueberry. I use it for my crepes and waffle.

- Le Moreau

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