COLLAGEN FUEL DRINK MIX - SNICKERDOODLE
A: Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in your body, accounting for about a third of its protein composition. Collagen production naturally declines with age. Collagen may be sourced from animals and fish and made into edible powders.
Q: Why isn't your collagen 100% Grass-Fed?
A: Our collagen comes from cattle ranches in South America. While the cows are grass-fed for most of their lives and traditionally raised on pasture, we chose to remove the grass-fed claim from our labels in 2018 due to some retailers requiring documentation showing 100% grass-fed, which is not attainable in the collagen supply chain at this time. Be assured that we strive to source high-quality collagen peptides from well-established manufacturers with high-quality standards.
Q: Are your Collagen canisters BPA-free?
A: Yes, our canisters and scoops are BPA-free.
A: There simply isn't enough volume possible for our needs from suppliers that may provide 100% grass-fed. Most of the major collagen companies are not able to provide certified 100% grass-fed. Although we push to get a better assurance of grass-fed, it is not enough to provide an absolute claim.
A: The line that the collagen is manufactured on is in a shared facility and on a shared line with all 8 major allergens. They have an allergen control program and specific cleaning and testing protocols to avoid allergen residues.
A: Each canister or stick pack tray has an expiration date printed on the bottom package. Please store in a cool, dry place, tightly sealed.
Paleo Certification: So what does ‘Certified Paleo’ mean, exactly? For a product to proudly wear the Paleo certification label, it means it has no grains, no dairy, and no legumes and is 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.