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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.
100% Freeze-Dried Mandarin Oranges
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The taste is ok but there was mostly powdered fruit in the bags.Published 17 days ago by MARIE michele dejean
I love the other Crisps products, but can't do the taste on these. I had to throw them out - I did not want to donate them as I didn't want to put others through the pain.Published 3 months ago by Quicksilvr44
Get some citrus! I'll say, I don't really care for these alone - but grind them up in a food processor or blender and create a powder that can be used to make your own Orange... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christian Costa
The Cinnamon Apple is my favorite of the Brothers All Natural fruit crisps, but the Mandarin Orange is my 2nd favorite! I always have on hand at work for a healthy snack!Published 3 months ago by Danielle
these were not a hit at our house. my two year old twins took a few trys at then but did not care for smell or tastePublished 7 months ago by Kate