Frank's Kraut, 32 Oz (Pack Of 12) - Frank's Kraut

Rated 4.14 out of 5

$53.77

    7 reviews for Frank’s Kraut, 32 Oz (Pack Of 12)

    • roger tuomisto

      August 2, 2017 at 8:51 pm

      4 out of 5

      I’d like to know, HOW LONG CAN FRANK’S QUALITY KRAUT, in the plastic bag, be stored in the refrigerator? I’m thinking, since it has vinegar in it, it show be for a very long time.

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      • Frank’s Kraut

        August 4, 2017 at 6:00 pm

        Hi Roger,
        Our bagged sauerkraut will last about 30 days in the refrigerator after opening.

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    • Mat

      September 29, 2017 at 7:08 am

      4 out of 5

      Hello,
      I’m sitting and enjoying forking out of a jar of Frank’s Kraut. I love that this is Salt fermented – tastes very nice. However, as I have decided to become healthier through adding pro-biotics to my diet , I was wondering if the jar has been fermented. And if so, does that mean that the beneficial strains are no longer active/alive? Thank you for the quality product!

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      • Frank’s Kraut

        October 6, 2017 at 1:07 pm

        Hi Mat,
        Our sauerkraut is pasteurized. There aren’t any live, active probiotics in our sauerkraut; however, kraut has health benefits in any form.

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    • Darrell

      October 17, 2017 at 7:00 pm

      5 out of 5

      Love it, eat it as a snack out of the jar about every evening. Very difficult to find in central Florida however, especially in the 32 oz size of regular kraut.

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      • Frank’s Kraut

        October 18, 2017 at 3:39 pm

        Hi Darrell,
        Unfortunately, our Frank’s Kraut brand is not in any Florida store locations. Frank’s Kraut is the #1 brand in the Midwest. We are always working to expand our product locations.

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    • beth

      May 5, 2018 at 9:25 pm

      1 out of 5

      I just bought your Frank’s Kraut and now it looks like you are putting one over one us; you carefully avoid saying online that it is fermented as natural sauerkraut is. I was going to become a lifetime customer. I am returning this tomorrow. You attempt to trick the public into thinking the health benefits of fermented kraut are in this, but looking further, that was the Snowflake or something, which it appears you have discontinued in certain areas.. I went to a lot of trouble to find this. You’re not honest..

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      • Frank’s Kraut

        May 8, 2018 at 6:38 pm

        Hi Beth,
        You mentioned our SnowFloss Kraut. Our Frank’s and SnowFloss Kraut are the exact same product. They are made here, in the same facility, at the same time. All of our sauerkraut products are fermented and pasteurized.

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    • Jady Miller

      May 26, 2018 at 11:22 pm

      5 out of 5

      Where can you buy Frank’s Kraut in 32oz. jars on line or in a store near Findlay, Ohio?

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      • Frank’s Kraut

        June 8, 2018 at 1:16 pm

        Hi Jady,
        If Walmart doesn’t have it I would check with Meijer. If that doesn’t help please contact our Consumer Care Representative at WeCare@fremontcompany.com

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    • Mark Zaborske

      May 28, 2018 at 3:41 pm

      5 out of 5

      I like the Frank’s kraut, I just can’t get it with caraway seeds now. Are they stopping production of that?

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      • Frank’s Kraut

        June 8, 2018 at 1:11 pm

        Hi Mark,
        We are not stopping production of that product. We have the Polish Style with caraway seeds and the Sweet Bavarian Style. If you need help finding a store location near you that carries our Polish Style Kraut please feel free to contact our Consumer Care Representative at WeCare@fremontcompany.com

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    • Veesh

      September 3, 2018 at 11:11 pm

      5 out of 5

      I ate FRANKS in Wisconsin but I’ve had trouble finding it in northern VA / DC region 🙁 it’s the first time I’ve enjoyed eating kraut!

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      • Frank’s Kraut

        September 13, 2018 at 2:30 pm

        Hello,
        I am sorry to hear that you are having trouble finding our kraut near you. Our Frank’s Kraut is the #1 brand in the Midwest. For more information on product location please contact our Consumer Care Representative; email: WeCare@fremontcompany.com

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    It all started in China. When the rulers of the ancient Chinese Ming Dynasty needed protection from Mongol invaders they began constructing the Great Wall. -To keep workers fed the Chinese began fermenting shredded cabbage in rice wine.

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