H. Jones & Company was a major Australian cannery which in 1920 completed construction on a "great plant, modern in every particular and the very last  word in construction and equipment" in East Oakland, California.  One of the main products the cannery manufactured was their world famous I.X.L. jam.  The plant covered 5-1/2 acres, and was located at 29th Avenue and East 11th Street, near the Fruitvale station of the S. P. railway. The company was unable to make any inroads into the U.S. market, and sold the plant in 1924 to Del Monte.