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Which local producer makes fruit spread with this description?

nooodles | May 5, 200511:49 AM     18

So my friend told me there's a stand at the Alemany farmers' market with fruit spread. So what, right? Then she said that the spread tastes so good "It's like spreading fresh fruit onto your bread."

Now, THAT got my attention. But without a car, it's terribly difficult for me to get down to that farmers' market. So before I try, I was hoping someone would know the name of the vendor. I don't like many jams and jellies because they taste so sugary. Something like Fiordifrutta is great, but if I can find it locally it would be even better

Chances are that their products can be bought at the Ferry Building, Civic Center, or Berkeley farmers' markets, all of which are easier to get to?

Link: http://www.rigoniusa.com/frutta.shtml

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