Due to their hygroscopic nature–the tendency to absorb water readily–some of our products ( especially RediBeets, CalciAIM and Peak Endurance) may become clumpy when the lids are not fastened tight enough or if they become directly exposed to moisture. This problem is greatest in areas of the globe where there is a lot of humidity. The best and easiest way to circumvent this problem is by placing the products in the freezer. Modern freezers come equipped with a dehumidifier to keep out frost, making it an ideal place to store juice powders.
Putting your whole-food juice powder concentrates freezer does not kill the enzymes, nor does it denature them. It only slows their rates of operation. The only negative side effect of freezerbound storage is wrinkly labels.
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I like this information as I have heard conflicting results. It will help my family in South Africa! Thanks.
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Thanks. This post was based on notes sent over by QA, just FYI.