Does fresh frozen royal jelly need to be refrigerated?

by Robert M.

Yes, fresh frozen royal jelly should be refrigerated. Better yet, keep it in your freezer if possible. This will ensure maximum freshness long term.

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Jun 25, 2022
by: Freddrick

I've been taking RJ capsules for 8 years, and just purchased my first jar of raw RJ and put it in the freezer, but it's too hard to get out of the jar. Leaving it in the fridge, it's not firm enough. I may just move it back and forth between the freezer and fridge just to keep it to my preference. Would that be OK?

Angela's comments:

Yes, we have many customers who do this.

Aug 14, 2012
Left unrefrigerated?
by: Anonymous

I forgot the fresh jar out of fridge for 5 days do i use it?

Angela's Comments:

Was it at room temperature for the full 5 days? If so, it is likely bad.

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