No if the container has not been opened; our sauces as what is called shelf-stable. However, our sauces must be refrigerated after they are opened.
The shelf life of an unopened shelf stable sauce is 2 years from the date of manufacture. Check the “Use By” date.
The sauces will keep 7-10 days once opened. Our marinades will keep a little bit longer, 10-14 days. If you’re only taking a portion, prevent contamination by using a clean utensil to remove sauce.
No. Our sauces are all natural. There are no artificial colors, flavors, stabilizers, or fillers added.
Because peanut allergies can be extremely dangerous (and even life threatening) to a very small percentage of the population, Molli uses no peanut products as ingredients in our sauces.
We recognize the needs of consumers who have allergies or sensitivities to nuts, gluten, certain spices, etc., which is why we fully disclose all ingredients on the ingredient statement on our packaging. The packaging is the most accurate and up-to-date source for allergen and ingredient information.
At Molli we take every precaution to ensure that cross contamination of ingredients does not occur in our production facility but we want you to know that our products are produced in a facility that processes foods containing wheat, milk, soy, tree nuts and seeds.
All our sauces are gluten-free.
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We are in the process of changing our formulas from Canola oil to non-gmo Safflower oil.
Food should be marinated in a nonreactive container, one made of glass, porcelain, clay or stainless steel. Avoid aluminum and cast iron which can react with the acids in the marinade. Use a shallow bowl so the marinade covers as much of the food as possible. Ziplock plastic food bags make great vessels for marinating. Let food marinate in the fridge, not on the kitchen counter, to avoid contracting harmful bacteria.