Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil softgels are shelf-stable, do not require refrigeration for shipping or storage.
Please note that in high temperatures (such as 78° and over), Rosita softgels may clump together. Please know this does not harm the product. Here’s what do to if clumping occurs:
- Let bottle cool on the counter if it arrives warm/hot.
- Shake or tap the bottle to loosen softgels.
To maintain the Rosita softgels in the best possible state for the longest time, keep in a dark storage place at room temperature - ideally ranging from 58°F to 78°F (15°C to 25°C).
Short temperature excursions, either way, have no impact. Cold temperatures over prolonged periods of time can increase the permeability of the gel and so they should not be refrigerated or frozen.
The shelf life of Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil softgels is two years from the production date.