Frequently asked Questions
These are the most common questions we receive, and we update them regularly. For further information not provided here, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly provide an answer.
Does the product have seeds?
Blackberry does have seeds in it. They live blended into the pulp and they are hard to extract.
Occasionally some can be found at the bottom in the Passion Fruit bottle.
The rest of the products do not have seeds at all.
How long can the product last after opening?
From the manufacturing date the product has a 1 year life and does not need to be refrigerated until opening. The expiration date is located at the bottom of the bottle. Once opened, it must be refrigerated, at that point the product will be good, at least, until it expires.
Can you freeze the product?
We do not regularly freeze the product but when it has been done it has thawed just fine. We do not have extensive history on this matter, but customers have reported that it works well from freeze to thaw.
Can you make juice with the product?
Absolutely, one bottle yields to at least 1 full gallon of juice.
How much actual fruit is in the product?
Depending on the flavor our product has from 40% to 70% pure fruit in the mix.
Why added sugar?
Our product is made in a traditional industrial fashion. There is a "homemade" approach in the design of the recipe and the ingredients used. This was purposely set up to benefit local communities and to make a available a product with the taste enjoyed by a particular culture. Expensive technology is not easily accessible however cane sugar is, which helps preserve the product while keeping that homemade quality. Without it, the product would not have enough shelf life to be shipped to long destinations unless preservatives are added in large amounts. The amount of preservatives our product has is minimum. This sweetened version matches infinite applications for pastries, cocktails and kitchen worldwide. The product is not intended to target any health intended recipes.