I found an unopened jar of this delectable, locally made chutney in my refrigerator the other day and immediately opened it to enjoy with some takeout Indian food. I imagine I originally purchased it at either the Honest Weight or the Troy Farmer's market - either that or the chutney fairy visited my house while I was sleeping. However it found its way to my kitchen is incidental because, now that I know it is there, it won't be sticking around for long. It is soooo delicious. And made in Feura Bush. And it doesn't contain any crap - just dates, raisins, water, vinegar, spices and light brown sugar. That's it.
Here's the website to get yourself some - if not directly from them, from one of the purveyors listed. This would help you to make one of my favorite simple appetizers. Place a nice wedge of brie or cream cheese on an ovenproof serving dish. Dump (or spoon, for you delicate types) a generous amount of chutney on top of the cheese. Place in the oven (350 degrees) until the cheese is melty and soft, perhaps 5 minutes or so. Serve with hearty crackers. Enjoy.