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Frequently Asked Questions

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Yes, to maintain the crunchy texture of the product. Pouches can be out of refrigeration for a few hours without a noticeable texture change.

Yes, all OH SNAP! products are Gluten-Free.

All of the cucumbers and veggies used in our OH SNAP! products are non-GMO.

Yes, our OH SNAP! products do not contain any animal derived ingredients. While Polysorbate 80 is used in our products, we use a plant based Polysorbate 80 with natural plant oil extracts to flavor our pickled products.

The natural flavors in OH SNAP! products are garlic, onion, and dill.

If the product becomes warm during transport from our manufacturing plant to the store location or is left out of refrigeration for an extended period, the product can become soft and mushy. It is certainly not our intent for this to happen, but we are not able to control whether the product is being maintained at the correct temperature once it leaves our facility.

Bloating in packages may occur when the product is left out of refrigeration for an extended period. This is not a food safety concern but may change the flavor of the product.

Yes, we are an allergen free facility.

Yes, our pouch supplier maintains certification that no BPA is present in the raw materials used to produce our pouches.

We use a plant based Polysorbate 80 with natural plant oil extracts to flavor our pickled products.

While we do not add brine to our pouches during the packaging process, pickles and pickled veggies contain a high percent of liquid. Through the shelf life of the product, a small amount of that liquid can wick from the product and collect in the bottom of the pouch. We do apologize for any inconvenience.

We use what we call a vinegar brine that includes water, vinegar, salt and other components to flavor and preserve.

No, the pickles and vegetables are placed into a vinegar brine and refrigerated to preserve shelf life.