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Our Story

Our difficult to pronounce name Anathoth (arn-a-tot) Farm has a simple story. Anathoth means ‘answered prayer’ or ‘new beginnings’.

We love what we do at Anathoth Farm and while a lot has changed since we started in 1987 we still have a simple goal: we want to make great tasting jams and chutneys that people love. We’re proud to continue the Anathoth tradition of simple, honest jam made from real whole fruit.
Now made on a corner of the original Barker family farm, the picture on the foil lid is indeed the view of the mountain range behind us – the heart of the South Island countryside. We are 8km from the nearest small town! 

We have been having conversations with some fans about our efforts towards reducing waste and plastics recycling in New Zealand.  Read about our latest findings here.

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TAMCO – New Zealand’s Tamarillo Cooperative

TAMCO was founded in May 2014 and is New Zealand’s only tamarillo cooperative, representing over 10 orchardists who grow tamarillos commercially. TAMCO is managed by Robin Nitschke who was himself a tamarillo grower.Robin has been in and around agriculture for quite some time, starting with arable farming in the Rangitiki, then moving into pig farming.Read more

Halloween Jack-O-Lanterns

These cute little jack-o-lanterns are a fun afternoon of crafting, and a great way to get young ones excited about a night of trick or treating!What you need:Anathoth Farm Marmalade Pottle, label removed and washedTissue paperBlack markerPVA GluePaintbrushHow to make a Jack-O-Lantern:First, remove the lid and label and thoroughly dry your pot.Prepare your tissue paperRead more

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