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Mabu Mabu Indigenous Jam Pepperberry & Plum 285g

Mabu Mabu Indigenous Jam Pepperberry & Plum 285g

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  • Made in Australia
  • Vegan
Introducing this Mabu Mabu Indigenous Jam in Pepperberry & Plum. Made in Naarm on Wurundjeri land using local native ingredients. Perfect to add to toast, desserts or damper, this jam is a great gift idea for any foodie or traveler! Size: 285g.


A Torres Strait owned business showcasing Indigenous Australian food.

Pepperberry & Plum - Pepperberries give you a warm and spicy flavour with an aromatic clove finish. Paired with Australian plums to create a perfect match.

Small batch production of local native ingredients.

A gift idea that supports local.

Made in Naarm on Wurundjeri land.

Supports local growers.

First Nations, queer-led, women-led, and environmentally conscious producers wherever possible. 

Browse more of our Food and Drink range here.



Made from

Plums, sugar, water, pepperberry, clove star anise, ginger, pectin and citric acid

Circular life

Reuse, refill or recycle the bottle.

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Brand story
Mabu Mabu is a food brand that celebrates the rich and diverse Indigenous cuisine of Australia. Founded by Nornie Bero, a Torres Strait Islander chef, Mabu Mabu offers catering, dining and products that showcase the native flavours and ingredients of the land. Mabu Mabu is located in Melbourne, on the land of the Boonwurrung People, and also operates a bar and kitchen called Big Esso on the banks of Birrarung. Mabu Mabu means "help yourself" in the language of the Meriam People of Mer Island, and it reflects the brand's philosophy of sharing food and culture with everyone. Mabu Mabu is passionate about putting Indigenous ingredients in kitchens across Australia, and creating delicious dishes that honour the traditions and stories of the First Nations people. Mabu Mabu is more than just a food brand, it's a movement to reclaim and celebrate Indigenous food sovereignty.
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