Fearne & Rosie’s raspberry jam will return to shelves after a two-year hiatus.

Production was paused due to “soaring ingredients costs” however the line will relaunch via wholesalers including CLF and Epicurium (RRP £3.30 /310g jar).

The brand is also continuing to widen its UK distribution having secured a new national listing for the Strawberry variant with Co-op, launching across 265 stores from 26 May.

Founder Rachel Kettlewell said: “I’m so excited to be bringing Raspberry back into the Fearne & Rosie fold. Thanks to commodity prices having stabilised for some time now, it’s allowed us to re-produce one of our most popular lines. We always aim to make a healthier product that’s affordable to families, and we can’t wait to hear what our customers think. The business was born from a belief that there had to be a better alternative to the sugar-packed jams that dominated the market. Four years on, we’re so grateful to have the continued support of our retail partners. Our new Co-op listing marks another step forward in our mission to become THE go to healthier choice for adults and families.”