Can I purchase product directly from Alexia Foods?
Unfortunately, due to the expense of shipping frozen products, we are unable to ship directly at this time.
What is hi-oleic canola oil?
Hi-Oleic Canola Oil has been hybridized through traditional plant breeding to contain higher levels of monounsaturates (oleic acid). The rise in oleic acid increases the oil's stability and shelf life.
Are Alexia Products Kosher?
Retail Alexia potato products with the exception of the potato appetizers are Kosher. Alexia breads, appetizers and food service items are NOT Kosher.
Are your products fried before they are frozen?
Alexia breads and Select Sides are not fried before they are frozen. All other potato and appetizer items are par-fried before they are frozen.
Who certifies your organic products?
Oregon Tilth currently certifies all of our organic products.
Your products contain dextrose. Is it derived from animal or plant sources?
The dextrose used in our products is corn based.
Do any of your products contain ingredients derived from animal sources?
The enzymes in the cheese used to make Alexia products are animal based.
Do I need to thaw the rolls prior to baking?
No. Alexia Artisan Breads are made to go from the freezer to the oven. There is no need to thaw them prior to baking.
Is the citric acid in your products derived from yeast or fruit?
We manufacture our products using corn as raw material for citric acid production. The citric acid is produced through natural fermentation.
Are any Alexia products vegan?
Alexia All-Natural products,with the exception of those containing dairy ingredients do not contain any ingredients derived from animal sources. The dairy ingredients are the only animal-based ingredients used. Please bear in mind that we do not represent our product as vegan or vegetarian. The balance of the products is vegetarian by coincidence only but ALL NATURAL by intent.
Why are there tiny holes in the packaging now?
Those are actually little vents in the packaging that allows excess air to escape the package. This means the bag won't balloon up, which saves space when the product is shipped and stored.