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We apologize for the inconvenience and frustration. Our nut butter should always be creamy and delicious! Although we strive to not have oil separation in any of our nut butters, the nut butter should never be so dry that it is difficult to spread or get out of the jar. If you've experience this, we recommend checking each best by date on shelves to ensure it does not match your current jar. It's likely this is a batch occurrence and this will help you find fresh jars in the future.
Also, give the jar a squeeze. It should "give" a little bit, indicating that it's the perfect consistency. Additionally, we would love to hear from you if you've experienced this issue so we can fix this. We strive to minimize oil separation in our nut butters, but it may occur naturally. While we typically do not suggest it, refrigerating your jar may help with extreme oil separation. What do I do if I purchased a product that has already expired? All of our products have a one-year shelf life from the manufacturing date.
We do not recommend consuming the product after its best by date because there may be variances in consistency, taste and overall quality of the product. If defective products reach customers, you will have to pay for returns and replacements and, in serious cases, you could incur legal costs for failure to comply with customer or industry standards.
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Examples of quality standards include customer service standards, internal efficiency, and energy, health and safety management. Quality standards are established by businesses to ensure customer satisfaction and business longevity. Our Quality Standards We carefully evaluate each and every product we sell. We feature foods that are free of artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, sweeteners, and hydrogenated fats. A quality standard is a detail of the requirements, specifications, the various guidelines and characteristics to be able to meet its quality by the product in order to meet the purpose of the product, process or the service.