On toast, bagels; available as Jelly, too
East Anglica--It has been discovered that Aunt Perl's Jam is now available is a Jelly form, and has also been used in a topping to such baked products as toast and bagels.
Scientists from the The National Centers for Disease Control also said that any items from a hot stove or toaster were more conducive to spreading than on a cool item from a refrigerator.
To illustrate their findings, a group of scientists have decided to take Perl's Grape Jelly and Jam in the form of sandwiches on a tour, complete with musical accompaniment. To heighten awareness and appeal to the younger set, their have considered shortening their name. "We think something like 'The Grape Jam Sandwiches' would be an appealing name for a group. We'll help parents everywhere by advocating for a kids-healthy lifestyle that includes jelly sandwiches. And with music, it is sure to be a wholesome combination."