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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Kraft Sure-Jell Directions on Packages May Be Incorrect

Kraft Sure-Jell Directions on Packages May Be Incorrect
Some of the directions supplied with Kraft Sure-Jell packages are incorrect. This can result in jams and jellies not setting. 

The following message
is from the Kraft web site:

Dear Sure-Jell Users,

We have discovered that the Quick & Easy Freezer Jam & Jelly Directions located on the printed Sure-Jell Premium Fruit Pectin (yellow box) packages are incorrect. This can result in Freezer-Jam & Jelly that does not set properly. Please note that the Cooked Jam & Cooked Jelly Directions located on this insert are correct. Our team is hard at work resolving this matter. We value your business and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. For more information, including the corrected recipe insert, instructions on how to successfully remake a batch of Freezer Jam and answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please see Quick Links below.

Corrected recipe insert:
Remake instructions for Freezer Jam and Jelly that does not set:
Please direct consumer questions to the Kraft web site:

And remember - Jam or Jelly that fails to set can still be safe to consume -- just think of it as syrup!  AND freezer jam and jelly that does not have a heat (canning) process must be kept refrigerated, it should not be stored on the counter or cupboard.

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