Dried fruit, fruit in syrup and jam are all derivatives of horticultural production. In Georgia, jams are often homemade, although there is industrial production. On family farms, the best fruit is eaten or sold on the market; it is also dried or made into syrup, and over-ripe fruits are sorted and made into jam. Also, Surplus production is processed into jam, so the fruit is preserved and can be used in baking and cooking.
BGG offers jams from small horticultural farms.