Les confitures du Climont
It has a range of thirty jams, jellies and syrups: rhubarb, peach, apricot, blueberry, blackcurrant, dandelion flower, strawberry, apple, berries (wild rose, hawthorn) as well as original specialties: Marc de Gewurtz carrots, Nostradamus quince, cherries in kirsch, cameline (apple, orange, fig, blanched almonds, ginger, spices, vinegar), two-coloured jam, etc.
Its produces up to 40 tonnes per year.
It uses old equipment, including copper pots, facilities for deseeding rosehips, which are traditional and have become rare in Alsace.
40,000 people visit the company's shop each year and it also sells a third of its production to other regions and abroad.
The head jam maker received the award for Best Jam Maker in France in 2010.
In 2017, Les Confitures du Climont refurbished a city bus to house the first Muséobus de la confiture (jam museum bus), which looks back over five centuries of the history of jam. Free tour during store opening hours. More than one hundred items from the collection are presented, from the first book of jam recipes in the 16th century to the industrial machines of the 20th century, with a look at how jam features in the Arts, the various containers used over the centuries, or children and jam as well.