Bonne Maman Chestnut Jam or Spread 13 oz
This jam, also known as chestnut spread, goes by various names in French: confiture de marrons, confiture de chataignes, and crème de marrons. It is perfect on crêpes, waffles or as a topping to ice cream.
His father-in-law’s unsold prunes: this is what prompted Jean Gervoson, the founder of Andros, to get into the jam business shortly after World War II. In 1971, Gervoson created the brand Bonne Maman; the packaging has not changed since then. We specialize in “ les introuvables ,” those Bonne Maman jams that are impossible to find elsewhere in the United States
Ingredients: Sugar, chestnut puree, cane sugar, vanilla