MAYO MADE WITH AVOCADO OIL
†Not a low calorie food. See nutrition information for fat and saturated fat content.
Q: How is your rosemary extracted?
A: The rosemary extract for the mayo is extracted without solvents and is in organic olive oil.
Q: Are the eggs organic?
A: Yes, the eggs are organic!
Q: Are the eggs pasteurized?
A: Yes, the eggs are pasteurized!
Q: Is the salt in your Mayo Iodized?
A: No, the salt used in our Mayo is not Iodized.
Q: I see your mayo is Kosher. Who is it certified by?
A: Yes, our Mayo is Orthodox Union Certified. These products are manufactured under the supervision of the Kashruth Division of the Orthodox Union and are kosher when bearing the symbol OU located on the label.
Q: I have an allergy, are the mayos manufactured in a facility that contains dairy, eggs, or nuts?
A: Our Primal Kitchen Mayos contain eggs and are manufactured in a shared facility and on a shared line with other products that contain most of the 8 major allergens. They have an allergen control program with specific cleaning and testing protocols to avoid allergen residues.
Q: What is the Cold Weather notice?
A: Because our mayo is a real food product and we don't have any artificial thickeners or preservatives, the emulsification may break as a result of temperature fluctuations. This means that during the winter if you live in a state that gets very cold or freezing, the mayo can freeze in transit to you. We don't want our mayo to arrive separated because we want you to enjoy it in its intended state, so we recommend holding off shipping this product until the Spring time and purchasing at your local retailer instead.
Paleo Certification: So what does ‘Certified Paleo’ mean, exactly? For a product to proudly wear the Paleo certification label, it means it’s grain-free, legume-free, dairy-free, and made without artificial coloring, sweeteners, flavors, or preservatives. Long story short, our ingredient list is so clean you could, well... eat it!
Keto Certification: Keepin’ it Keto Certified means keepin’ the carb count super specific based on standard, USDA-set serving guidelines. For meals, that means less than 10g of net carbohydrates per serving (12g for minimally processed foods or foods with reduced digestibility), 6g for snacks, and 2g per .5oz for condiments.