Costco Last Mountain’s Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam Review

In my opinion, nothing goes better on toast than raspberry jam. If you’re someone who always has a jar of jam in the fridge and are curious about how the taste of the Costco Last Mountain Raspberry Jam stacks up against Smuckers, read this review!

Costco Last Mountain's Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam jar on a table.
Costco Last Mountain’s Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam.

Raspberry jam is a favorite it our household, we always have a jar of it in the fridge and I’m a huge fan of peanut butter toast with raspberry jam. I’ve seen Last Mountain’s Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam at Costco for a long time but never tried it until now.

Similar products from Costco are the Bonne Maman Strawberry Jam, Smucker’s Goober, Kirkland Signature Maple Syrup, Pisti Spreadable Pistachio Cream, Vonbee Passion Fruit Honey Puree, Kirkland Signature Organic Strawberry Spread, Vonbee Honey, Apple & Cinnamon Tea Base, Vonbee Honey, Citron & Ginger Tea Base and the Costco Kirkland Signature Natural Peanut Butter.

Location in Store

You can find the jam in the aisle with all the other jams, peanut butter and syrup. The item number is 463139.

Image of two pieces of toast on a white plate with raspberry jam on top.
The seeds in the jam aren’t as noticeable as they are in other jams.


This is a pretty tasty, typical raspberry jam. It has a nice balance of sweetness and raspberry flavor. The raspberry flavor isn’t super strong; I put a generous amount on my toast and don’t taste a massive amount of raspberry flavor or tanginess.

The jam is sweet enough, but not overly so. There are seeds in the jam, but not too many. The number of seeds seemed lower than some other raspberry jams I’ve had and not as crunchy or noticeable.

I love raspberry jam and I’ll definitely finish this jar, but I wouldn’t say this one stood out as being exceptional to me. It’s fine.

Closeup image of one piece of toast with raspberry jam on it.
Ready to enjoy!


This raspberry jam isn’t the cheapest you can buy, the 950 milliliter jar costs $8.49 Canadian at Costco.


Once open the jar of jam needs to be kept refrigerated, the best before date listed on the jar is 11 months from the date we purchased it. The jam is really easy to spread and has a bit of a jelly-like texture.

Since this is such a large jar of jam I’ll probably use it to make some raspberry thumbprint cookies and will definitely enjoy lots of peanut butter and jam toast to use it up! I think kids would like this jam as raspberry is a classic flavor loved by many!

Closeup image of one spoonful of jam out of the jar.
Easy to spread!



One tablespoon is 35 calories, zero grams of fat, eight grams of carbohydrates, five grams of sugar and zero grams of protein. Five grams of sugar is not that much for a whole tablespoon so I really appreciate that this jam isn’t loaded with sugar.

This Costco Last Mountain’s Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam has half the sugar per tablespoon compared to Smucker’s Pure Raspberry Jam.

Jam nutrition facts from label on jar.
Nutrition facts.


The ingredients list is short and sweet and I like how the first ingredient is raspberries rather than sugar! The ingredient’s list is similar to a homemade jam.

Jam ingredients from jar.


Taste: 7/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 5/10 (Not exactly healthy but for a jam the nutrition facts are pretty decent).


Give it a try!

I prefer Smucker’s Pure Raspberry Jam over this but I think that’s because Smucker’s is sweeter and I love sweet things. My mom tried this jam and really liked that it’s less sweet than other raspberry jams.

What’s your favorite thing to have on toast?

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13 thoughts on “Costco Last Mountain’s Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam Review”

  1. This is not ‘real jam’. You can tell because the label reads “Jam type spread” at the very bottom. My guess is that it does not fit the definition of jam (any longer, if ever). The first ingredient should be the fruit, and it is not. The first ingredient Sugar (glucose and sugar) – presumably by sugar they mean sucrose, which is table sugar. I do not like the texture. It is too firm. Jam is softer, and more spreadable than this. Very disappointed. Misleading labelling consumers by stating ‘Old Fashioned’.
    NF Registered Dietitian.

  2. The first ingredient is no longer raspberries, it’s now sugar. Oddly it is still low in sugar at 5 g per tbsp but it tastes very sweet to me. However it now has a gummy texture – not at all like jam – and I notice it is called a “jam type spread”. I just bought a new jar but I’ll be going back to the Blue Menu Twice the Fruit for the same amount of sugar. I’m so tired of companies lowering the quality of their products. In this case I would have rather they made the container smaller.

  3. The Raspberry Jam changed since the last one we bought in Feb/23. We noticed it in the jar previous but just thought we got an odd jar which wasn’t very good. But as of now, we will not be buying the jam again. It is just a jelly with some seeds in that resembles jam. It is just all pectin, sugar, and a little bit of raspberries now. How disappointing because it used to be our favorite!

  4. Too bad you didn’t try it before. It was so good! It disappeared from the shelf for a while the came back changed. This new version has more sugars, pectin and a lot less of the great raspberry taste. Disappointing.

  5. This is the best tasting Raspberry Jam out there. Not sweet as other brands of jam. I just dont put it on toast, i also like it on my morning OATMEAL Porrage with a tad of warm milk. It’s a healty breakfast. I you don’t like oatmeal porrage, try this, you’d love it.

  6. I’m a peanut butter and raspberry (or blueberry) jam on toast gal too. Btw, on a side note, you gotta try JIF Dark Roast PB, it has sooo much more peanut flavour! Thanks for your review. I don’t think it will sway me from my fave jams “Bonne Maman”. I never ever refrigerate opened jam and have rarely had an issue, been doing that for over 50 years and my mum didn’t either. Besides, cold jam just ruins a great pb on toast!


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