FAQ

Q: What is gluten?

A: Gluten is a type of protein found in most grains, cereals, and breads. Some folks have diseases
that make it hard for them to digest gluten so they eat foods where the gluten has been removed.

Q: Are your products gluten free?

A: Yes

Q: What is stevia? Is it safe?

A: Stevia is an extraordinarily sweet herb 200-300 times sweeter than sugar. Stevia is calorie free,
making it ideal for diabetics, people on low-glucose diets, or those simply wanting to lose weight.
It is ideal for children (as well as adults) because it helps prevent cavities. Stevia is
completely safe and has been used for centuries by the indigenous peoples of South America, where
it grows wild. Trinity Hill Farms uses only Steviva blends, which have received Generally
Recognized As Safe (GRAS) approval by the FDA

Q: What is erythritol? Is it safe?

A: Erythritol is a white crystalline powder with a clean sweet taste that is similar to sugar. It is approximately 70% as sweet as sugar, does not promote tooth decay, is safe for people with diabetes and has almost no calories. Erythritol occurs naturally in fruits such as pears, melons and grapes, as well as foods such as mushrooms and fermentation-derived foods such as wine, soy sauce and cheese. As erythritol is all natural, it is completely safe for consumption. It has also received GRAS approval by the FDA

Q: Are your products safe for diabetics?

A: Yes

Q: Do your products contain high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS)?

A: No

Q: Are your products all natural?

A: Yes

Q: Have you ever had a product recall?

A: No, however we do have a detailed recall plan in place if necessary.

Q: What type of products have you produced?

A: Ready to eat marinades, sauces and tomato ketchup.

Q: What new products can we expect from Trinity Hill Farms?

A: No added sugar salad dressings and additional condiments

Q: What aren’t your products labeled as sugar-free?

A: While our products are all natural, and contain no added sugar, some of the ingredients we use do contain naturally occurring sugar.

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