Should I Freeze or Refrigerate Gummies?

When it comes to preserving the freshness and flavor of gummies, freezing is the way to go. Edible gummies can last up to a year in the freezer, while cannabis gummies can last several days in the pantry, a few weeks in the fridge, and several months in the freezer. Baked goods can stay in the pantry for a few days, but if you want to store them for longer, you should opt for the freezer or refrigerator. When it comes to THC gummies, however, freezing is not recommended.

THC gummies are small and will freeze within an hour, so it's best to be careful. If you do decide to freeze them, make sure to place them in an airtight container or freezer bag. When thawing frozen gummies, it's important to do so slowly in order to preserve the balance of ingredients. CBD gummies can be kept frozen for up to one year (12 months).

Freezing gummies is a great idea if you know you won't be consuming them for a while or if you want to have more on hand. Refrigerating edible gummies can extend their shelf life by one to two weeks. If you don't plan on consuming your gummies within a week or two, consider storing part of your batch in the freezer. When storing edible gummies in the refrigerator, make sure not to keep them in the door as this exposes them to frequent changes in temperature. The best way to defrost frozen edible gummies is to move them from the freezer to the fridge for a few hours.

Plastic bags should be avoided as they can stick to the gummies and make it difficult to unwrap them. Generally speaking, edible gummies and other candies can be kept frozen for three to six months. So, if you want your gummies to last longer, freezing is your best bet. You can make several batches at once and freeze them until you're ready to consume them. Storing CBD gummies in the fridge also helps prevent attracting ants or other insects.

The ideal procedure is to leave edible gummies in the refrigerator overnight and transfer them to the freezer in the morning.