Win A Jam Bundle Worth £238
Here at British Frozen Fruits we love fruit and want you to enjoy cooking and baking with it as much as possible, which is why we've teamed up with the lovely Pam the Jam and Love Jars to create a Jam Making bundle worth £238! It's perfect for you whether you're new to jam making or not and will help you to create jam so delicious you won't want to share it with anyone else.
One person will win:
- A signed copy of "Pam The Jam: The Book of Preserves"
- 8kg of Frozen Fruit perfect for jam making (made up of 2.5kg Strawberries, 2.5kg Seville Oranges, and 3kg Blackcurrants)
- A years worth of Jam Jars from Love Jars (365 in total made up of 288 Round 190ml Jars and 77 120ml Bonta Jars in a design of your choice)
All you have to do to be in for a chance to win this prize is fill out the form below (you may have to scroll to see the full form).
Competition ends Midnight Tuesday 1st June.
T&C’S apply*. Good luck!
This competition has now closed.
British Frozen Fruits have been growing soft fruit on their family farm in Herefordshire since 1998 and have been supplying companies such as Yeo Valley and Ribena for many years. By using innovative and increasingly sustainable farming techniques, British Frozen Fruits allow you to enjoy delicious British-grown fruit all year round, no matter the seasonality of the fruit. This thanks to their freezing process which locks in the freshness and nutrients of their fruit - plus it helps you to cut down on your own food waste!
Pam Corbin, also known as Pam the Jam, has been in the food industry for over 30 years and began her career when she and her husband owned the company 'Thursday Cottage', where they produced specialist marmalades, jams, fruit curds. They supplied many independent retailers including Fortnum and Mason and was awarded "The Best Speciality Food Producer" in 2001. Pam has extensive knowledge in making all kinds of preserves and is often the person people turn to for any jam making advice. Her latest book is full of her amazing recipes and tips, plus it looks beautiful on your shelf!
Love Jars provide high-quality preserving and canning equipment, perfect for jam makers of any skill levels. They also have a wide range of recipes available on their site as well as Rosie's Preserving School where you can learn from Rosie how to make delicious preserves in the comfort of your own home!
The closing date is Midnight Tuesday 1st June 2021. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and be a resident of the UK to enter this competition. By entering the competition you are confirming you have the legal capacity to do so and agree to these terms and conditions. There is no entry fee and no purchase required. No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason. Only one entry per person. Automated/bulk entries and entries from third parties are not permitted and will be disqualified. This prize is non-transferable, non-refundable and not for resale. There are no cash alternatives or alternative prizes available. The winner will be randomly selected from all valid entries and will be formally notified within 7 days of the closing date and the notification will include details on how the prize can be claimed. The prize will be delivered within 10-14 days. Delivery is free to a UK Mainland Address, other address may be subject to a delivery charge. One winner of the prize will be drawn at random and notified by e-mail. If contact cannot be made within 14 days of the draw date, the prize will be forfeited and a further random draw will be made. The promoter’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and no correspondence will be entered into. British Frozen Fruits decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Prize winners may be required to take part in or co-operate with publicity via social media. Use of false name or addresses, for example, a name by which the entrant is not usually known, will disqualify them from receiving any prize. Entrants may only enter this prize draw once. These rules are governed by English law. By entering this prize draw entrants agree to be bound by these rules. The promoter is British Frozen Fruits.