All of our juices are vegan. Obviously the fruits themselves are vegan, but they’re also processed and filtered with none of the animal derivative filters that are sometimes used in other food processing. Also, our natural flavours are completely plant-derived from the named fruits on the given package and are verified organic and non-GMO.
All of our juices are 100% natural and certified organic, and are derived from the named fruit. So, the “natural flavour” listed in our Mango Orange juice comes from mangoes and oranges! Basically, “natural flavour” is the essences and oils that are captured when the fruits are first processed. We add that back to our juice to enhance the taste so that it’s closer to the natural state of the fruit when it’s ripe and freshly picked.
Yes, all Kiju Organic juices are gluten-free. We ensure that ALL ingredients we source are gluten-free, and that all of our suppliers have a GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) program in place and are HACCP certified. This ensures that all Kiju Organic juices are of the highest quality and gluten free.
Canadians have long trusted organics for their quality. Organic food is grown without chemical pesticides, herbicides and genetic modification. It is harvested, processed and shipped under strict government guidelines, including regular audits.
When you eat organic food, you avoid ingesting a number of nasty, toxic chemicals proven harmful to health in the long term. Equally important, numerous studies also point to the higher nutritional value of food that’s grown organically. And who can ignore the question of taste? We believe organic food simply tastes better – and we’re not the only ones, not by a long shot. More and more of you wholeheartedly agrees with us!
Unfortunately we don’t give any coupons, but keep your eyes open as we offer coupons in stores from time to time.
You’ll likely find Kiju wherever natural and organic food products are sold. Our Store Locator shows you who carries Kiju by province. If you’re unable to find a location near you, or can’t find it in your favourite store, drop us a line on our Connect With Us page, and we’ll do our best to get the juice flowing!
We make every effort to buy as local as we can, but the majority of our fruit comes from organic farms all over North and South America. We would love to have plenty of mango and lemon trees growing in our backyard here in Ontario, Canada, but unfortunately we don’t have the right climate. Moreover, of the products that do grow locally, there is just not enough certified organic supply available at this time to support a year-round, national program.
Of course, it’s important to note that the processing of our juice into the finished product you see on shelf is all done here in Canada – as is all of our marketing, sales and distribution!
Yes! The vast majority of Canadian households have the ability to fully recycle our juice packaging i.e. both the glass and the aseptic containers (i.e. Tetra), as well as the other packaging materials (plastic, straws and caps).
Ever wonder what happens to the juice boxes once they’re recycled? Since they’re made from several layers of paper, they get “re-pulped” and made into consumer goods such as paper towels and toilet paper. For more information on why aseptic packaging is a sound environmental choice, please visit Tetra Pak. To find out if this type of packaging is recyclable in your area, check with your local waste collection agency.
Since Kiju is aseptically packed, pasteurized and free from exposure to light, our juices taste great for many months after production. The Best Before dates on both our 200 mL juice boxes and 1 litre (or 1 L) sizes are in “YYYY MM DD” format, and the code below is our lot and time control number which ensure traceability.
On our 355 mL glass bottles, the Best Before Date and lot numbers are located on the neck of the bottle.
Yes. In order to ensure our products are safe and have a reasonable shelf life, each box is HTST pasteurized (High Temperature, Short Time). This allows for elimination of any harmful bacteria while maintaining as much of the natural nutrients, vitamins and minerals as possible.