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Common Soursop Questions and Answers

Are our products organic?

All our products are grown by our partner farmers without pesiticides or herbicides. They are also non-GMO. However they are not USDA (or CFIA) organic "certified "as the certification process is not offered outside the USA/Canada to our farmers.

How much does shipping cost?

We ship to all US states and Canadian provinces. Cost is via USPS, Canada Post or UPS where available. Free shipping for orders over $75. Use code FREESHIPPING. Typical cost for 1-3 packages in the US is under $10 USD. In Canada it is under $12 (to Toronto). Shipping prices are calculated at checkout and may be slightly higher for addresses in the West or for larger shipments.

Do we offer retail locations?

No, we are an online store online and ship to Canadian and US addresses only.

Do we offer fresh soursop leaves?

No our leaves are air dried in the shade. We do not ship any fresh products. However the dried leaves retain 99% or more of their phyto-nutrients. They have a shelf life of up to 2 years or more.

How do you prepare soursop leaves for consumption?

Steep 1-2 whole dried soursop leaves in boiling water for 4-6 minutes. The water wil turn green or light brown. The longer the steeping time the darker the color. For tea bags steep the bag in boiling water for 4-6 minuets to taste.

Is soursop the same as graviola and guanabana?

Yes soursop is also known as graviola. It is also called guanabana in Spanish.