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WHY IS THERE A RING/SEDIMENT ON THE INSIDE OF A MONIN FRUIT SYRUP BOTTLE?

WHY IS THERE A RING/SEDIMENT ON THE INSIDE OF A MONIN FRUIT SYRUP BOTTLE?
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WHY IS THERE A RING/SEDIMENT ON THE INSIDE OF A MONIN FRUIT SYRUP BOTTLE?

MONIN FAQ

WHY IS THERE A RING/SEDIMENT ON THE INSIDE OF A MONIN FRUIT SYRUP BOTTLE?

Question Category: Troubleshooting

This may be caused by any naturally occurring fruit oils, pulp or pectin contained in the Monin fruit syrup. This should dissolve once shaken and is not a cause of concern. For any remaining questions, please contact Customer Service at support@help.monin.com or at 800-966-5225

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