With a name like Smucker’s, it has to be good!
J.M. Smucker used a horse and cart to deliver apple butter when he started in 1897.
Trees planted by Johnny Appleseed became the source of apples for Jerome Monroe Smucker back in 1897. This farmer from Orville, Ohio built a cider mill to press fresh apple cider. It wasn’t long after that when Jerome sold his first jar of apple butter from the back of a horse-drawn wagon. The J.M. Smucker’s Company was formed.
Smucker’s entrance is lined with an apple orchard since that’s where it all began.
Their early jams and jellies are still popular today even though their list of products has been greatly expanded. Family run for four generations, today more than 7000 employees carry on that fine early tradition in more than 30 locations across North America.
During the summer, you can walk…
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