Fresh royal expired or not?

I had one unopened bottle of frozen fresh royal jelly in my freezer and one opened bottle of royal jelly in my refrigerator. I had to evacuate because of a hurricane. During the first five days, the power went out and the freezer and refrigerator were not opened. I'm hoping to return on day six as the power is now back on. Are my bottles of royal jelly still good? Thank you!

Angela's comments:

Hard to say for sure without knowing what temperature the fridge and freezer got up to. All I can do is guess but if I have too, I'd say the royal jelly in the fridge is most likely no good. The freezer product is likely fine as it would have remained frozen for several days, if not all 5.

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