Are your fruits and berries organically grown?
Since our supplier sources their fruits and berries from a range of local and international farmers, we can not guarantee that all produce is organically grown. All our fruit undergoes washing and sorting before freezing to ensure that you get the best possible quality.
Where do your products come from?
We (and our suppliers) try to support the local market as much as possible, but sometimes we have to look outside our borders to find the highest quality fruits, berries, powders, and ingredients – this also helps curb seasonality.
How can we order and receive products?
There are 2 ways for you to get your hands on our awesome products: delivery or store collection. We’re currently only deliver to selected areas in Cape Town, but we are trying to expand our reach – if you would like your region to receive delivery, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with your name, email address, and area and we’ll try help out where possible.
Do you stock any vegetables?
We currently have frozen red beetroot representing for the vegetables, but we’re planning on getting him some veggie friends in the near future!
How should I be enjoying your products?
We have an array of recipes on our Recipes page that really show off our products and can offer some inspiration in terms of smoothies, smoothie bowls, cocktails, baking, and cooking.
Are their any preservatives on your frozen fruit?
No, we don’t add anything to our frozen fruit. Freezing is our sole method of preservation, allowing the products to be kept for up to two years if kept in the freezer.
What is the lifespan of your products ?
Our frozen fruits and berries have a two-year shelf-life from the date of packaging (when stored in the frozen form). Our dry products all have a lifespan of one year, starting from the date of packaging.
Don't the fruits and berries lose their nutrients when frozen?
This is a common misunderstanding, and the answer is NO. There are no lost nutrients in comparison to fresh produce. Freezing is merely a preservation method to ensure that you can enjoy a healthy lifestyle all year round.
Are there franchising options available?
We’re not quite ready to give up our baby just yet, but if you are interested, please send your name contact number and email address, to email@example.com so that we may notify you when franchising options become a reality.
How many grams of fruits or berries should I use to make a smoothie?
We recommend using 140g of frozen fruits and/or berries with approximately 250g of liquid. Also take note that the more dry product you add (e.g. whey protein powder), the more liquid you’ll need to compensate for the thicker consistency.