Q: How much sugar is in a pouch?
A: There are 12 grams of sugar per pouch—all from fruit juice and purees. We never add sugars or sweeteners. Ever.
Q: What makes Zellee gel if gelatin is not used?
A: Great question! The answer is Konjac, a plant native to East Asia. The magic is in the root which has natural gelling property and has been used in Japanese cuisine for hundreds of years.
Q: When is the best time to eat Zelle?
A: At lunchtime. As a snack. On a hike. At a picnic. Anytime is a good time to have a Zellee.
Q: How do you eat it?
A: Right out of the pouch. Give it a squeeze and experience alohaliciousness.
Q: Does it need to be refrigerated?
A: No, but we think it tastes best chilled.
Q: What is the shelf life?
A: 12 months. But trust us, they are so yummy they won’t stay on your shelf that long.
Q: Are there any functional benefits?
A: Each pouch has 50% DV of Vitamin D3, 20% DV of Vitamin A, 40% DV of Vitamin C.
Q: Is it Non-GMO?
A: Yes, it’s Non-GMO Project Verified.
Q: Is the packaging BPA-free?
Q: Is this a new product?
A: We launched in May 2016 on Maui.
Q: Who is it for?
A: Kids love it. Tweens love it. Adults love it. Everyone loves it. And you’re going to love it too.
Q: Why do the strawberry pear and orange peach look similar?
A: We don’t add any color because we want to keep it pure and natural. The strawberry pear is not bright red because it’s a blend of strawberry and pear.
Q: What does Zellee mean?
A: Zellee is the Japanese word for “jello”