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Refrigerate or not to refrigerate, that is the question

Refrigerate or not to refrigerate, that is the question

By Dave Wetzel  November 4, 2010

Many call on this topic.

Fermented clo products: The oil is very stable. In my opinion many can store OPENED jars either way. If you use the fclo regularly (within a few months) you can opt to leave in a cupboard after opening.

We do not overly process the oils so some lots tend to become thicker as the storage temps get colder. I have seen some really cold refrigerators make a fclo almost Gel.

If you take advantage of our quantity discounts and store many jars you might consider storing the unopened jars in a cool dry place, refrigerator or freezer. The cooler the better for long term storage.

The same philosophy applies to the butter oil products.


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Camaron  December 21, 2015

I have some BO that I recently found in the back of my cabinet, it has a manufacturing date of 10/13 I'd it still safe to eat?


Lourdes  September 15, 2015

I recently purchased your green pasture blue ice fermented cod liver oil, non gelatin caps. I am pregnant and need to take up to 2 tsp daily. Since I got the caps on id like to know the amount of oil in each cap. Thank you very much.

500mg per cap. approx 4500+ mg per tsp



Nico  September 8, 2015

I have the problem that I travel, and am outdoors ALOT ( camping)...and refrigeration isnt really an option for my most of the you think it would go rancid? I have so many health problems , and I know your oil has helped me a lot but ...travelling with it is the problem. Any recommendations would be amazing!


no very stable. we just tested some product that have been sitting at room temp for upto 24 months and they are in good condition


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