I am very excited to announce the winners of the Rosita Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil (EVCLO) giveaway.
To celebrate the debut of Rosita EVCLO in capsules in the United States, Corganic is giving away 1 bottle of EVCLO and 1 bottle of the EVCLO capsules to 3 lucky winners!
I was not paid to do this giveaway, however, I am using affiliate links in this post. If you order via my affiliate links, I will make a small commission. This helps me keep blogging — thank you for supporting me!
Didn’t Win? Order Now
If you were not one of the lucky winners, you can still save on shipping.
For a limited time, Corganic is offering free shipping on 2 or more bottles of the capsules. This is a special offer since they normally only offer free shipping on 2 or more bottles of the liquid EVCLO.
Note: I always buy at least 2 bottles so I can get free shipping (Corganic has a flat shipping rate of $14.95). The liquid EVCLO, unopened, will store in the fridge for 2 years, and in the fridge for 1 year unopened. An opened bottle stays fresh in the fridge for 3 months.
Winners of Giveaway: Rosita EVCLO and Brand New Rosita EVCLO Capsules
Congratulations to our 3 lucky winners!
How to Claim Your Prize
I will email all 3 winners to let you know that you won. Winners must reply to my email with your mailing address within one week to claim your prize. I will forward your email address and mailing address to Corganic so they can send you your prize.
How to Store EVCLO Capsules
While you DO need to refrigerate the liquid EVCLO, you should NOT refrigerate the capsules. There is air in an opened bottle of liquid cod liver oil, hence the need for refrigeration. But with the capsules (softgels), all the air is removed during the manufacturing process.
Capsules should not be refrigerated or frozen and should be stored at room temperature in a cupboard. (If you were to keep the capsules cold for a long time, it compromises the softgel… and they can become permeable which will cause them to become oxidized.
The liquid EVCLO, unopened, lasts up to 1 year in the fridge, up to 2 years in the freezer. The liquid EVCLO, after opening, will last 3 months in the fridge. Softgels will last 2 years at room temperature (in the cupboard).