Frequently asked questions
Why do my figs look white and moldy?
Unless the date on the back of the package indicates they are past due, your Figs are most likely not moldy. Figs naturally produce their own sugar which forms as white powder and crystals on the ourside of the skin. These crystals are a natural part of the fig that have simply shown themselves on the outside. Some customers enjoy their figs even more this way, others prefer to give them a wash with warm water to dissolve the crystals. This is not mold, and again is perfectly safe for you to eat.
Why are the apricots so dark in color?
You may be use to seeing bright orange dried apricots in stores which is why you're asking this question. We are here to tell you that these brightly colored apricots are not natural! When apricots have not been treated by any type of chemical substance, they naturally change to a dark shade of brown. This explains why ours are so dark in color.
What type of allergens do your products contain?
Our facility produces tree nuts (almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts), coconut, and sesame. However, all products go through separate lines where necessary precautions are taken to prevent allergen contamination risk.
What is the difference between dried and sun-dried?
What are Fit Balls?
We have all enjoyed a deliciously sweet chocolate truffle before. Our Fit Balls are what we like to call our Vegan Fruit Truffle made with all natural ingredients, such as dried fruit paste, nuts, and seeds. It has less calories than a chocolate truffle with no added sugars or chemicals. Try some today: Fit Balls.
What are FitFit?
How do I store FitFit?
FitFits do not have to be refrigerated. We suggest you refrigerate FitFit as a way of to help the snack retain its shape and keep it from becoming too pasty. This mostly applies to discs that have been opened.