Individuals will no for a longer period be in a position to invest in Knott’s Berry Farm branded jams, jellies, preserves and cookies at grocery retailers.
“Knott’s Berry Farm® brand has been discontinued and is no lengthier getting sold,” a concept on Knott’s Berry Farm Food items web page, operated by the J.M. Smucker Firm, reads.
The topic park of the exact name in Buena Park, California, is owned by Cedar Reasonable.
An on the net Knott’s Berry Farm market however exists, where people can purchase favorites trademarked less than “Berry Market.”
Knott’s well-known shortbread cookies with jam centers can be bought at the park alone, FOX 11 stories.
“The selection to discontinue our Knott’s Berry Farm merchandise is in alignment with our technique to constantly evaluate our portfolio and make sure we are dedicating assets to the spots with the finest development opportunity,” the J.M. Smucker Company told FOX Business in a assertion. “We value the admirers of the brand and glimpse forward to continuing to provide them via our other choices.”
Knott’s record goes again to the 1920s, when Walter and Cordelia Knott arrived to farm 20 acres of land, according to its web page. A berry stand and Mrs. Knott’s Chicken meal cafe adopted.
In 1940, Walter Knott started setting up a Ghost City to entertain hungry friends lining up, and the concept park followed.
The Knott’s brand was partly marketed to Conagra in 1995 prior to ending up under J.M. Smucker Company ownership in 1998.
One particular Knott’s Berry Farm brand jam, seedless raspberry, is however offered to purchase in a 16-ounce jar on the J.M. Smucker Company’s web page at the time of this story’s publication.