Frequently Asked Questions

1. What does Non-GMO mean?

GMO, or genetically modified organisms, are a manipulation of an organism’s genetic material to create combinations of genes that don’t occur in nature. All of our puddings are in compliance with the Non-GMO Project Standard to ensure that we’re meeting the highest possible standards for GMO avoidance. To learn more, visit www.nongmoproject.org.

2. I see that you use pastured raised milk.
What is pastured raised milk?

According to our supplier, pasture-raised animals receive a significant portion of their nutrition from organically managed pasture and stored dried forages. Unlike 100% grass-fed cows, pasture-raised cows may receive supplemental organic grains, both during the grazing season and into winter months. Our co-op wide pasture requirements specify that all cows must have a minimum of 120 days on pasture during the grazing season, and they must have outdoor access to pasture year-round. They may be brought indoors because of severe weather and for the daily milking.

3. What are some ways that i can use your

puddings?

You can use our puddings in a variety of ways. Check out our recipes to see some ideas on what
can be done.

4. How long are your puddings good for after opening?

Our puddings are good for approximately one week after opening.  

5. Are your plastic containers and lids BPA-free?

Yes, our plastic containers and lids are BPA-free and Recyclable.

6. How do I store your puddings? 

Our puddings are perishable; therefore, refrigeration is a MUST before and after opening to preserve optimal freshness, taste quality and food safety.

7. Is it necessary to stir your puddings after opening?

The ingredients in our puddings settle, which cause separation. Therefore always stir well.  

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