Specialty products are adding new life to the jams and jellies category, although old favorites, like strawberry jam and grape jelly, are still popular. Even with the changing nature of breakfast and big sales increases in alternatives to toast and jam, jam dollar sales have stayed strong in the grocery channel for the past three years, according to ACNielsen, Schaumburg, Ill. Fruit spreads, low-sugar jams and jellies and gourmet items are continuing to grow, said Andy Carrano, spokesman ...

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