Paicho produces five different kinds of jam. It contains fruits grown in the high altitude places so it has different taste against other jam available in the market. Generally jam is made by cooking juice of fruit and adding sugar in it. Though jam, jelly and preserves are considered same in day-to-day life, jam is prepared combining sugar in the juicy fruit material.
There is growing practice of jam being paired with bread and roti for breakfast and lunch. Having jam with other food compensate the requirement of fruits of the body at once. It is important source of vitamins, frolic acid and potassium required for the body. As per the global market principle, jam must contain 35% fruits but the ratio of fruits in paicho jam is more than 45% which is why paicho jam can also be called as extra jam. Only, fruits grown in hilly and high hilly areas are used in Paicho jam. Paicho has made mixed fruit,amala, guava and pineapple jam in the market.