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WELCH'S Assortment 2 Jelly & Jam, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 200) image

WELCH'S Assortment 2 Jelly & Jam, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 200)

Welch's Assortment 9 Jelly & Jam, 0.5 oz. cup, Pack of 200. Every bottle and jar of our Assorted Jam and Jelly contains the deliciously unmistakable fruit taste you've enjoyed for years. Welch’s is a cooperative. There’s only one way to join: Grow Concord and Niagara grapes. Most Welch’s farmer families live on the land where they grow their grapes. Some have been on the same farm for as many as seven generations! Our roots go pretty deep, too. In 1869, Dr. Thomas Bramwell Welch pasteurized Concord grape juice to create a non-alcoholic alternative to wine for his church. In 1893, Welch’s Grape Juice became an American favorite at the World’s Fair in Chicago. And in 1923, Welch’s famous Concord Grape Jelly was introduced. But the year 1952 is as important as any in our history: That’s when the farmers who grew grapes for Welch’s took ownership of the company and began operating it as a co-op. Today, the farmer families behind Welch’s put hard work, know-how and love into growing grapes for our juices, jams, jellies and snacks. It makes a difference you can taste. Because it’s got to be good enough for our families to be good enough for yours.
WELCH'S Single Serve Assortment 3 Jelly & Jam, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 200) image

WELCH'S Single Serve Assortment 3 Jelly & Jam, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 200)

Welch's Assortment 9 Jelly & Jam, 0.5 oz. cup, Pack of 200. Every bottle and jar of our Assorted Jam and Jelly contains the deliciously unmistakable fruit taste you've enjoyed for years. Welch’s is a cooperative. There’s only one way to join: Grow Concord and Niagara grapes. Most Welch’s farmer families live on the land where they grow their grapes. Some have been on the same farm for as many as seven generations! Our roots go pretty deep, too. In 1869, Dr. Thomas Bramwell Welch pasteurized Concord grape juice to create a non-alcoholic alternative to wine for his church. In 1893, Welch’s Grape Juice became an American favorite at the World’s Fair in Chicago. And in 1923, Welch’s famous Concord Grape Jelly was introduced. But the year 1952 is as important as any in our history: That’s when the farmers who grew grapes for Welch’s took ownership of the company and began operating it as a co-op. Today, the farmer families behind Welch’s put hard work, know-how and love into growing grapes for our juices, jams, jellies and snacks. It makes a difference you can taste. Because it’s got to be good enough for our families to be good enough for yours.
WELCH'S Single Serve Concord Grape Jelly, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 200) image

WELCH'S Single Serve Concord Grape Jelly, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 200)

Welch's Concord Grape Jelly, 0.5 oz. cup, Pack of 200. Every bottle and jar of Welch's Concord Grape Jelly contains the deliciously unmistakable fruit taste you've enjoyed for years. Welch’s is a cooperative. There’s only one way to join: Grow Concord and Niagara grapes. Most Welch’s farmer families live on the land where they grow their grapes. Some have been on the same farm for as many as seven generations! Our roots go pretty deep, too. In 1869, Dr. Thomas Bramwell Welch pasteurized Concord grape juice to create a non-alcoholic alternative to wine for his church. In 1893, Welch’s Grape Juice became an American favorite at the World’s Fair in Chicago. And in 1923, Welch’s famous Concord Grape Jelly was introduced. But the year 1952 is as important as any in our history: That’s when the farmers who grew grapes for Welch’s took ownership of the company and began operating it as a co-op. Today, the farmer families behind Welch’s put hard work, know-how and love into growing grapes for our juices, jams, jellies and snacks. It makes a difference you can taste. Because it’s got to be good enough for our families to be good enough for yours.
WELCH'S Single Serve Concord Grape Jelly, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 500) image

WELCH'S Single Serve Concord Grape Jelly, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 500)

Welch's Concord Grape Jelly, 0.5 oz. cup, Pack of 200. Every bottle and jar of Welch's Concord Grape Jelly contains the deliciously unmistakable fruit taste you've enjoyed for years. Welch’s is a cooperative. There’s only one way to join: Grow Concord and Niagara grapes. Most Welch’s farmer families live on the land where they grow their grapes. Some have been on the same farm for as many as seven generations! Our roots go pretty deep, too. In 1869, Dr. Thomas Bramwell Welch pasteurized Concord grape juice to create a non-alcoholic alternative to wine for his church. In 1893, Welch’s Grape Juice became an American favorite at the World’s Fair in Chicago. And in 1923, Welch’s famous Concord Grape Jelly was introduced. But the year 1952 is as important as any in our history: That’s when the farmers who grew grapes for Welch’s took ownership of the company and began operating it as a co-op. Today, the farmer families behind Welch’s put hard work, know-how and love into growing grapes for our juices, jams, jellies and snacks. It makes a difference you can taste. Because it’s got to be good enough for our families to be good enough for yours.
WELCH'S Single Serve Strawberry Jam, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 200) image

WELCH'S Single Serve Strawberry Jam, 0.5 oz. Cups (Pack of 200)

Welch's Strawberry Jam, Single Serve, .5 oz., Pack of 200. Delicious strawberries in an all natural spread. Great for a snack or meal any time of day. A spread your family will love. Welch’s is a cooperative. There’s only one way to join: Grow Concord and Niagara grapes. Most Welch’s farmer families live on the land where they grow their grapes. Some have been on the same farm for as many as seven generations! Our roots go pretty deep, too. In 1869, Dr. Thomas Bramwell Welch pasteurized Concord grape juice to create a non-alcoholic alternative to wine for his church. In 1893, Welch’s Grape Juice became an American favorite at the World’s Fair in Chicago. And in 1923, Welch’s famous Concord Grape Jelly was introduced. But the year 1952 is as important as any in our history: That’s when the farmers who grew grapes for Welch’s took ownership of the company and began operating it as a co-op. Today, the farmer families behind Welch’s put hard work, know-how and love into growing grapes for our juices, jams, jellies and snacks. It makes a difference you can taste. Because it’s got to be good enough for our families to be good enough for yours.
WELCH'S Single Serve Strawberry Jam, 0.5 oz. Packets (Pack of 500) image

WELCH'S Single Serve Strawberry Jam, 0.5 oz. Packets (Pack of 500)

Welch's Strawberry Jam, Single Serve, .5 oz., Pack of 500. Delicious strawberries in an all natural spread. Great for a snack or meal any time of day. A spread your family will love. Welch’s is a cooperative. There’s only one way to join: Grow Concord and Niagara grapes. Most Welch’s farmer families live on the land where they grow their grapes. Some have been on the same farm for as many as seven generations! Our roots go pretty deep, too. In 1869, Dr. Thomas Bramwell Welch pasteurized Concord grape juice to create a non-alcoholic alternative to wine for his church. In 1893, Welch’s Grape Juice became an American favorite at the World’s Fair in Chicago. And in 1923, Welch’s famous Concord Grape Jelly was introduced. But the year 1952 is as important as any in our history: That’s when the farmers who grew grapes for Welch’s took ownership of the company and began operating it as a co-op. Today, the farmer families behind Welch’s put hard work, know-how and love into growing grapes for our juices, jams, jellies and snacks. It makes a difference you can taste. Because it’s got to be good enough for our families to be good enough for yours.
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