Crimson glory vine jam “Kibudo Jam”

Grape jam with less sugar made from Crimson glory vine harvested in Iwate prefecture

“Kibudo Jam” has a rich and delicious taste of Crimson glory vine. The skins and pulps are cooked together and then strained through a sieve to produce grape puree. Coarse crystal medium soft sugar from Tanegashima is added to the puree for thickening. Its sauce-like texture with natural sourness with low sugar contents below 45 degrees can be consumed in many ways of your choice.

Crimson glory vine jam “Yamabudo-to-Ringo-no-Jam”

Blended jam with less sugar made from Crimson glory vine harvested in Iwate prefecture and apple

Puree of Crimson glory vine and apple puree are mixed to obtain a nicely balanced flavor and texture. Its unique taste is created by a good combination of sweetness and sourness from both fruits. Oligosaccharide is used for the mixed puree to produce a desired consistency with low sugar contents below 45 degrees. Due to the presence of apples, the jam is thicker than “Kibudo Jam” in texture, but mild in taste.

Volume/Weight Standard Retail Price
(including consumption tax)
Measurement
(glass jar)
Best-Before Date
Kibudo Jam 160 g ¥ 540 Ø 60 mm x 85 mm 12 months from the date of manufacture
if it remains unopened
Yamabudo-to-Ringo-no- Jam 165 g

Kibudo Jam

Ingredients: Grapes (Crimson glory vine from Iwate prefecture), Sugar, Gelling agent, Acidifier

Specific raw materials: none

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Preservation: Store in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight. After opening, keep refrigerated and consume as soon as possible.

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Yamabudo-to-Ringo-no-Jam

Ingredients: Grapes  (Crimson glory vine from Iwate prefecture), Apples, Oligosaccaride

Specific raw materials: Apples (20 items equivalent to the specific raw materials)

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Preservation: Store in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight. After opening, keep refrigerated and consume as soon as possible.

Crimson glory vine puree “Yama-no-Kibudo Puree”

Non-sugar puree made from Crimson glory vine harvested in Iwate prefecture

To produce the puree, we first cook whole berries of Crimson glory vine and age them for a sufficient period of time, followed by removing the seeds and mashing by grinding. The “100% Crimson glory vine food” thus produced is nutrient-dense and gives a rich taste and flavor. The puree has a high content of polyphenol, more than 3 times as much as that of “Yama-no-Kibudo.” Being sugarless, the puree offers a variety of application for professional uses.

Volume/Weight Standard Retail Price
(including consumption tax)
Measurement Best-Before Date
1 kg For commercial uses only Ø 95 mm x 180 mm
(glass jar)
12 months from the date of
manufacture if it remains unopened

19 kg
Ø 238 mm x 350 mm
(5 gallon can)

Ingredients: Grapes (Crimson glory vine from Iwate prefecture)

Specific raw materials: none

Click here to see Nutrient Composition Table

Preservation: Store in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight. After opening, keep refrigerated and consume as soon as possible.

“Yama-no-Kibudo Puree” is only for commercial uses. Should your company be interested in the product, please make inquiries using the form.

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