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Freeze-Dried is the process of removing 97% the water from a fruit via sublimation. Fresh fruit is deeply frozen, and held there for 24 hours. The frozen fruit is then put into a Freeze Drying chamber, where the water is removed under high pressure (no heat involved). The water goes from a solid to a gas, bypassing the liquid step. (Example: Dry Ice)
Fruit Crisps are not baked – this causes the fruit to lose too much flavor!
They are not dehydrated – this adds preservatives!
They are not sweetened dried – this adds sugar!
They are 100% real fruit, 100% natural and certainly 100% delicious.
Fruit Crisps are Freeze-Dried - a process in which the nutrition of the fruit is retained and the basic cell structure remains intact.
LOVE THESE THINGS. OF COURSE THEY ARE TOO EXPENSIVE, BUT I'M HOOKED AND DON'T KNOW WHERE ELSE TO GET THEM.Published 28 days ago by D
I'm sorry but there are NOT 2 servings of apples in each pouch. These are mislabeled and over-priced. If my two year old didn't like them so much i wouldn't even purchase them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by GARLIC JALAPENO
These are so yummy, but I had to knock off a star b/c the price is very high. I would buy these a few times a month if the price was lower.Published 3 months ago by prtynft
Ship in a box to protect them though there were a good deal of 'powder' in many of the pouches. . Cinnamon flavor are superb. Foil lining keeps them fresh.Published 4 months ago by Jeremy G.
These are wonderful. We have tried all Brother's freeze dried products and love them all. But these are the bomb.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased the apple crisps because I've had them before and found them to be almost addictive. They are just the right texture (not too crisp and not too most) and have the right... Read morePublished 6 months ago by E. R. Girden