FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why are you Extreme?
Matt and Steve’s company believes in creating products that are…..
- Extremely fun,
- Extremely tasty! Big Crunch & Bold Flavour
- Extremely Healthy , No artificial anything, Gluten free, GMO free, 10 calories or less per severing
- Extreme Quality, hand picking the best and highest standards of ingredients. Rigorous selection process on every ingredient.
- Extremely Social – Enjoy with friends.
- Extreme Customer service, If we fall short on anything we will fix it to the extreme.
Are your products all natural?
Yes! All Matt & Steve’s products are all natural.
Are your products non-GMO?
Yes, we are in the process of being Non-GMO certified.
Do your products contain any MSG?
No, none of our products contain MSG.
Are your products made in a gluten-free/nut-free/dairy-free facility?
Yes, our facility is completely gluten-free/nut-free/dairy-free and meat free.
Do you use artificial flavors or colors in your products?
No, we are proud to say, all of our products have no artificial anything!
How long do your products last after opening?
The expiration is 1 months after opening while refrigerated.
Where can I find the expiration date on your products?
The best before date on all of our jarred products can be found on the bottom right of the label, below the nutritional label. The best before date on all tinned cocktail rimmers can be found on the back.
Sometimes I notice white or grey flecks on the asparagus, is this okay?
They’re good for you! These flecks are actually a protein buildup called rutin, a natural flavonoid in asparagus that sometimes reacts harmlessly with the vinegar. Rutin is created within pickled asparagus when asparagus is heated within an acid such as vinegar in the pickling process. Through this process, rutin is drawn out of the asparagus.
It then becomes insoluble in the vinegar and crystallizes on the asparagus. The flecks of rutin can have many great benefits. Rutin is a strong antioxidant, which can be effective against inflammation, cell damage and blood circulation problems.
Where do you source your asparagus and beans?
Our beans and asparagus are grown in the United States and Canada.
What countries do you ship to?
We ship to the United States and Canada.
How much will shipping cost?
Shipping prices vary by location.
What payment methods do you accept?
We happily accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
I’d love to carry your products in my retail store – How would I go about being a wholesale customer?
Great! – Please send all retail inquiries to email@example.com