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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.
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Imagine an orange turning to powder on contact and simultaneously punching your tastebuds.. That's the best description I can come up with. These are awful.Published 1 month ago by Kelly
My 3 year old son loves these! we put them in the cupboard just high enough for him to grab at will.He will down 2 packs at one sitting and ask for more. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jerizona
Great snack for kids, real fruit, no junk, love the taste. Easy to carry with you where ever you goPublished 8 months ago by Nurse Purple
I love freeze-dried fruit! The freeze-dried mandarin oranges are to die for and are my latest obsession! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anna Coleman
We love the apples, but couldn't get on board with these. The flavor was just okay and the texture was freaky.Published 10 months ago by Tera
The little bits of orange that aren't pulverized are tart sweet and crunchy, but a good amount of each package is just powder that gets thrown away.Published 12 months ago by Liz R.
I had picked up some similar fruits at a coffee shop and wanted to have some for my car without the steep price. I bought these and really like them. Read morePublished 14 months ago by S. Berkowitz
They are sour and too crumbly. by the time you open the bag half of them are smashed into crumbs and the other half crumble in your hands.Published 16 months ago by Danielle Hall