• A popular brand of jellies and jams has been discontinued.
  • Not many things on our grocery store shelves have a theme park.
  • They are still selling products online.

If you are a fan of Knott's Berry Farm brand of jams and jellies I have some bad news.

According to USA Today parent company J.M. Smucker, who ended up with the brand in 2008, has discontinued the product line. That's one way to get rid of your competition.

If you can't beat them, just buy them, and take them off the shelves when you think no one is paying attention.

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Smuckers Bought Knott's Berry Farms

Fans of the brand all over Texas might have noticed that they have been missing from store shelves. J.M. Smucker bought the brand from ConAgra Foods, now Conagra Brands.

Luckily for Knott's Berry Farm, they still have a fun family amusement park, right? It has the distinction of being America's very first theme park.

provost park pass via you tube
provost park pass via you tube

Their California-based park was bought out by Six Flags in November of 2023, so they really have been bought out.

Is this The End Of Knott's Berry Farm?

The current owners are planning on keeping the Knott's Berry Farm name on the popular amusement park. There are also plans to pump even more money into the theme park in Buena Park, California.

You Can Buy Knott's Berry Farms Products Online

Even though you can't purchase Knott's Berry Farms products at your local grocery store, you can still buy them at the theme park and online. You might not recognize the labels, as it is now branded Berry Market.

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