They’re crushed peppercorns of various sizes.
If the product has been properly refrigerated and stored in a tightly closed container, it can be kept for two to three days.
Yes, but we don’t advise you to freeze our products, as doing so could affect their texture and taste.
No. We cannot make this claim since the production plant and Clark bean products are not certified gluten-free.
Yes. No Clark bean products contain milk ingredients.
The “Best before” date suggests that the unopened product should be of sound quality until date specified. It is an indicator of the freshness, taste, nutritional value and potential shelf life of unopened foods. For this reason, we don’t recommend consuming the product after this date.
This date is preceded by “MA/BB,” which means “Meilleur avant/Best before” and appears in the YYYY-MM-DD format. For refrigerated beans, the date is stamped on the upper side of the container. For canned beans, it is located on top of the container.
It is stamped in blue ink on the packaging and consists of a series of numbers and letters. It is located just after “MA/BB,” which indicates the “Best before” date.
All Clark packaging is recyclable. Both the plastic container and lid sport the symbol indicating that they are recyclable. The can is 100% recyclable and is much easier to recycle than some materials, such as glass.
No rebate coupons are currently available for Clark products, but if you keep an eye on big supermarket chain flyers you may find occasional offers.
Most of Quebec's major banners offer Clark brand products (IGA, Metro, Provigo, Walmart), as well as some independent convenience stores, depending on the region. Elsewhere in Canada, some supermarkets offer our products. In the event that you do not find the brand at your favorite retailer, please contact us to let us know, and we’ll see if there’s anything we can do.
Where to find our beans
Our refrigerated beans are now available in your grocery store’s ready-to-eat section.