Michigan State University Extension
Preserving Food Safely - 01600633


Store jams and jellies in a cool, dry place; the
shorter the storage time, the better the eating quality of
the product. After the jelly has been opened, it should be

Jams and jellies may be frozen successfully. Freezing
has no adverse effects on the color. flavor, or texture of
jellied products. However, if jelly has been properly
processed, there is no reason to freeze it. It is a shelf-
stable product. We do not recommend tying up valuable
freezer space with jams and jellies.

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