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New limited edition grower series

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Stepping through the years with our pack designs

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Anathoth Farm

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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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Low FODMAP products

Many of you have asked us about low FODMAP and which Anathoth products may be most suitable for your dietary preferences.FODMAP stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols – scientific terms used to classify groups of carbohydrates that are known for triggering an array of digestive symptoms. We encourage everyone to make their own decisions based on theirRead more

Twine Wrapped Pottles

REUSE, RECYCLE, REPURPOSE!Turn your Anathoth Farm chutney pottle into a lovely keepsake – you only need a few materials and half an hour later you’ll have a new home for your favourite cacti or succulent! What you’ll need: 1 Anathoth Farm PottleTwineWhite stringHot glue gunA thick embroidery needleHow to make your twine wrapped pottle:1. First, wrap yourRead more

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