Frequent Questions

Below are frequently asked questions and answers

What is Oomami Foods?

We’re an online marketplace that enables customers to purchase Organic products at the lowest prices delivered to your door.

Is this a meal kit service?

No, we do not prepare kits for you to cook however we have organic premade meals that are ready to eat so there is no prep time!

Do you have subscription services?

Not yet but they are on the way!

Where do you source your products from?

Our food is hand selected by chefs from organic manufacturers all over the world whose requirements are much stricter than the USDA

Some products are not Certified Organic are they still safe?

Not all small farms can afford to be certified but we make sure they meet our strict quality control standards and are not exposed to any chemicals.

Are GMO’s a good thing or bad thing?

    • There is a lot of public debate about this however the reality is that without them much of the world would not be able to survive today. We check our products to ensure there are no GMO’s however they pose little to no risk to your health.
    • European Union health agencies, and member nation health agencies, as well as the US FDA, EPA and USDA, are all involved in necessary rigorous assessments of GM foods (or any other foods) for allergic potential. The EPA, in fact, maintains an extensive list of foods that could trigger allergies. Another resource used to test for allergens is the University of Nebraska’s Allergen Online, which matches amino acid sequences of possible allergens with reference proteins known to cause allergies. And, so far, no single biotechnology-based protein in food has been found to cause an allergic reaction.
  • While any food could cause an allergic reaction in somebody, some patterns have arisen:
  • First, allergens are nearly all proteins. Thus, by studying the amino acid sequence of a potential genetically engineered protein and comparing to amino acid sequences of known allergens, it is relatively straightforward task to determine early on if a protein might cause problems.
  • Nearly all allergens trigger a complex immune system process that results in the creation of antibody called IgE (immunoglobulin type E). An allergy is triggered by the second exposure to the allergen, by triggering a reaction from IgE. However, the specific proteins that trigger this reaction vary a great deal.
  • While food allergies can come from any food, the overwhelming majority (90 percent) come from eight foods: Peanuts, wheat, soy, milk, shellfish, fish, eggs and tree nuts (Brazil nuts, walnuts, almonds). In children, most allergies are caused by eggs, milk, and peanuts.
  • Allergies are not the same as intolerances, such as lactose intolerance. Intolerances are caused by different molecular and biological mechanisms, such as the absence of an enzyme (like lactase), and don’t necessarily require the complete avoidance that allergies do. They are not the same as toxins, which create an immediate reaction on first exposure.”

What do I do if I got something that might be expired?

Email us at with a picture of the product and order number and we will give you a refund or store credit. Keep in mind some producers put a manufacture date especially with products coming from abroad. We check all of our inventory before it ships out.

What do I do if I my order has not arrived in 3 business days?

Email us at or call 732-997-0279 and our team will take care of you.

I had an allergic reaction to something what do I do?

If it is a severe reaction call 911, if it is mild go see your doctor and get tested. All of our products list the associated and potential allergens.

Can you deliver food as a gift?

Yes we can just enter in the desired shipping address and enter your own billing address.