FREE local deliveries to selected Durban areas. All orders over R1000 qualify for FREE delivery.

Returning Goods:

We do not accept returns on any stock 7 days after Delivery or purchase.
Please contact us immediately so we can contact our courier partner to collect the defective product. If we do not collect it we will refund you.
If any goods damaged in transit, please inform us immediately.
Please note as these are food products, they will deteriorate over a short space of time if not stored correctly. Please refrigerate immediately if storing for more than one month.
In the case of damaged or defective goods, we may require you to return the goods to us at our cost for quality control purposes.
If anything is short in your order, please inform us immediately. Refunds will be done on any missing or short items and not replacements.
Our returns policy should be seen as an appeal to all our customers to proactively manage their stock to the best of their abilities to enable Manolis Munchies to maintain our highly competitive pricing structure!

Storage Instructions:

We know you want your products to be as fresh as possible, and we’re here to help. That said, even if you get a product that still has several months before its best-before date, it won’t necessarily stay fresh until that date.
Once you open your product, please use it within 30 days. If you’re storing it for more than 30 days, please refrigerate it.

Mistake 1: Storing Them in the Pantry

Contrary to popular belief, nuts should be stored in the fridge or freezer. Why? Because nuts contain a high amount of unsaturated fat, a delicate type of oil which makes them highly prone to going rancid. Spoilage is accelerated even more by light, oxygen, and—you guessed it—heat. Storing nuts (and seeds) in the fridge or freezer limits their exposure to all three and will result in your nuts tasting less bitter and more flavourful for a longer time.

Mistake 2: Paying Too Much Attention to Expiration Dates

Expiration & Best Before dates are problematic for many reasons, primarily because they’re merely suggestions or guesses, rather than hard-and-fast deadlines for edibility. The shelf life of nuts depends on three key factors: storage conditions, shelled or unshelled, and whether or not the package is opened.

A good rule of thumb is to think of nuts as produce rather than a packaged good. Just as you would with fresh spinach or a ripe tomato, give them a sniff before you eat them. As nuts age, the rancidity will give them a paint-like smell. If you get any harsh or bitter aromas, toss them—otherwise, they’re probably still fair game. To further extend shelf life, Manolis adds a hint of rosemary extract to their products. You, too, can add this natural ingredient to help preserve your nuts.

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