FAQ: Answers to Your Most Pressing Garden Fresh Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

We receive phone calls and emails from our raving fans each and every day, asking questions about their favorite Garden Fresh goodies. We thought we’d capture those here along with their corresponding ripostes. If you have some questions of your own, ask away by commenting below.

Are Garden Fresh products gluten free?

We are happy to report that all of our Garden Fresh brand products are gluten free except for our pita chips.  We offer several varieties of salsa, dips, hummus, corn tortilla chips and guacamole – all gluten free and equally spectacular. You can find our all-star line-up here.

Can Garden Fresh salsa be stored in the freezer?

Yes. Many of our customers have done this and we’ve conducted tests of our own. First, transfer the salsa to a freezer safe bag. You can store it in the freezer for up to three months. The flavor profile isn’t as bright-eyed and bushy-tailed as it was before the big freeze but many customers like it just the same.

Dude, where’s your salsa?

Wanna know where you can buy Garden Fresh goodies? The following link is a work-in-progress and allows you to search for stores online:


If you stumble upon a store that’s not on this list, please email us the information at socialmedia@gardenfreshsalsa.com and we’ll gladly update our database.

How long do your products last once they’ve been opened?

A lot of factors contribute to how long our products last after they’ve been opened including how long they’ve been exposed to air and warmer temperatures. Some people have enjoyed fresh tasting salsa two weeks or more after they pop the top. The general guideline is our salsa, dips, and hummus last about 7-10 days after opening. Guacamole can enjoy a long and fresh existence if you keep it in the pouch, squeezing out only as much as you’ll consume in a sitting.Garden Fresh Mango Habenero Salsa with Ginger & Honey

Is your packaging recyclable?

Yes, all of our containers are recyclable. Check with your local community to ensure they take the numbers listed on the containers. You can find out more about our green initiatives here.

Stay tuned for updates and feel free to submit your own questions.



  • Jimbabwe

    Best.u00a0 Salsa.u00a0 Ever.

    • Melissa Bihl

      Thank you!!

  • Mz

    Salsa is sooo good. How come sometimes it’s spicier or sweeter? Love love love!

  • http://www.gardenfreshsalsa.com Melissa Bihl

    Hey, MZ!! Thanks for the wonderful comment!! We use fresh fruits and veggies in our salsa and sometimes the flavor profiles of these vary. Some jalapenos are spicier than others while some mangoes are sweeter than others. Thanks, again!! Enjoy!

  • Tony

    From Vancouver, BC Canada. Today i bought The Mango Salsa Mild because i really like mangoes, but to my disappointment it is the worse salsa I’ve ever had. I don’t know where to start describing the awful taste of it but I can not taste the mango at all. I am a very adventurous salsa kindda guy but this is not what i was hopping for. I suggest get rid off the pineapples, peaches and vinegar and you might have an enjoyable product.