We do not recommend freezing Butter Spread with Seeds, as freezing may affect the product texture and quality. Also, the packaging is not freezer-grade and could break or crack if frozen. However, if you choose to freeze the product, remove the product from its original container, place into an airtight, freezer-grade container and freeze for up to four months.
Butter Spread with Seeds does not include ingredients that contain gluten. However, the ingredients and products have not been thoroughly evaluated, and manufacturing controls are not in place to assure that the product meets the FDA definition of “gluten-free."
This product is spreadable right from the refrigerator and should be stored in the refrigerator. It is best to refrigerate Butter Spread with Seeds after each use and not leave it on the counter.
Flax, Chia and Hemp are all seeds from flowering plants. They are popular ingredients commonly used in cooking and baking.
Butter Spread with Seeds adds delicious, creamy flavor along with a little added texture to toast, muffins, pancakes, waffles, crackers, and any of your other favorite foods. It is ideal for spreading and topping and can also be used for cooking and baking.
Butter Spread with Seeds contains just enough canola oil to make it ready for spreading right from the refrigerator. Canola oil was selected because it has a very neutral flavor, allowing the great taste of butter to dominate.
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