Can I drink the MuM. Ready juice before 37 weeks pregnant?
Absolutely. Pineapple is listed as a healthy option for pregnancy and is not listed as a food to be avoided under NHS guidance. You can see the list of foods to avoid in pregnancy here: www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/foods-to-avoid-pregnant/
Our juices are specifically aimed at expectant and breastfeeding mothers, so all of our ingredients are safe for pregnancy.
Is it safe to drink organic juice during pregnancy?
MuM. is exceptionally safe. We use specially designed High Pressure Process packaging to keep all the good stuff in, while making sure that your juice arrives fresh and chilled.
Do you have a juice specially for breastfeeding?
We are working on it – watch this space! In the meantime, any of our drinks are a perfect way for breastfeeding MuM.s to keep topped up on nutrients.
How much does delivery cost?
We include deliver in the prices across mainland UK. We know that is more than a standard delivery, so you’ll be pleased to know nothing about our delivery is ‘standard’. In fact, we use specialised delivery services, packaging and storage facilities to ensure from the moment your drinks are pressed and poured into the bottle, they remain safe, chilled and ready for you and the little u.
When are deliveries made?
To ensure we only ever use the freshest products, we batch order our drinks on the freshest day for our fruit and veggies. Therefore, orders received will be made to order on the next Friday, ready for deliveries on the following Tuesday.
If you’re hoping to give our great drinks as a gift for somebody but the dates don’t match up, it can work out quicker to order a gift card. (also great as MuM. can order the her new favourite drinks when she is ready!).
Due to the nature of our products, we are unable to accept returns and process refunds unless, in the very unlikely event, the product has arrived faulty or not fit for consumption. If that is the case, please contact us by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org with pictures and we’ll do our best to put it right.
Contact us via email explaining the issue with any images attached and we’ll take it from there.
Not at the moment.