Eden Foods Apple Cider Vinegar 16 Oz -Pack of 3

Save On Eden Foods 16 Oz Apple Cider Vinegar The Finest Apple Juice Naturally Fermented With Mother Of Vinegar A Quality Indicator Appearing As Cloudiness In The Final Product. Raw And Unpasteurized Patiently Aged In Cedar Wood Vats. A Traditional Healthy Food Used For Centuries.: (Note: This Product Description Is Informational Only. Always Check The Actual Product Label In Your Possession For The Most Accurate Ingredient Information Before Use. For Any Health Or Dietary Related Matter Always Consult Your Doctor Before Use.)Ingredients: Organic apple cider diluted with water to 5% acidity.UPC: 024182000627 K

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  • 16 Ounces

Top reviews

This is good stuff!

This apple cider vinegar is great for incorporation into one’s beauty regimen or household use. I would recommend it to others as it is a quality product at a reasonable price.
BrandyNewark, OH

Excellent Vinegar

I like the taste and use it daily for my health. I only consume organic, non-gmo foods so this is an excellent choice for those who care about what they eat and drink.
EstellSwartz, LA

We’re sold!

We previously bought Bragg’s similar product – for a lot more money. As far as we’re concerned, this is just as good, and at a lower price. We’re entirely happy with our purchase, and plan to buy it through Amazon in the future (we’ve never seen it on local store shelves – they usually only carry Bragg’s if they carry higher quality, organic vinegars).

Taste is fine (we find it very equivalent to Bragg’s, which we love except for the price), it’s organic, bottles are dark amber glass (much better than plastic and keeps light out better than the Bragg bottles), it was safely packaged so no breakage was likely, and the price is much better than what we’ve ever been able to find for Bragg products. Since it qualifies for free shipping with just a few dollars more in purchases on Amazon, the price is as low as we could find it anywhere – superb deal on a top-notch product!

The only question we had was about the expiration date. There is a 5-digit code on top of the cap. In our case, it’s 12931, which clearly isn’t a date, since there is not a “September 31st” on the calendar. On calling the company, I learned that Eden is moving to expiration dates on their products, but oils and vinegars still have date codes for a while longer. The first digit (in this case “1”) is code for the last digit of the year manufactured (2011), and the “293” means the 293rd day of 2011. There is a 4-year shelf life according to Eden, so we got an in-date product with more than three years of shelf life remaining.

Note: Very few of our product reviews get a 5-star rating. A really good product gets four stars, but to warrant five stars requires it to be “the best of the best” in our opinion. So take this rating with that in mind.

HeidiSentinel Butte, ND