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Natierra, Nature's All Foods Freeze-Dried Strawberries, 1.2 Ounce

4.3 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 100% organic freeze-dried strawberries
  • Healthy travel snacks perfect for kids' lunches
  • Lightly crunchy and mess-free
  • Kosher, raw, and vegan
  • Gluten and GMO-free


Product Description

Nature’s All Foods is an Organic and Fair Trade freeze–dried produce line that offers an abundance of healthful goodness in each serving. Crunchy and oh-so-sweet freeze-dried fruits and veggies maintain all of their vital nutrients and vibrant flavor, so you can rest assured that the food you are eating is not only delicious and convenient, but also healthy. They come packaged in a grab-and-go style pouch for any time eating, making it more exciting to add these wholesome snacks to your everyday diet.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B005M4G4LI
  • UPC: 812907011078
  • Item model number: NAFSTRW1.2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
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Important Information

Safety Warning

Packed in a facility that also handles dairy, eggs, soy, wheat, peanuts, and other tree nuts

Ingredients

Organic and Fair Trade Certified Strawberries. Size: 1.2 oz. This bag contains the equivalent of 13 oz. of fresh strawberries. Product of USA

Directions

Healthy travel snacks; Perfect for your kid's lunch boxes; Great tasting fruits complete your favorite recipes

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Yum! Theoretically you can put these on cereal or oatmeal or jazz up your trail mixez, but I wasn't able to be that patient in the face of crunchy sweet deliciousness and just downed the whole bag asap. They state a lot of obvious things on the package - I think we all know that strawberries are vegan- but what I wish was on the thick plastic zip lock package was a BPA free label or better yet just sell these in a cardboard box - what are they going to do, dry out?? Ha ha. Get it?

They dry 13 ounces of strawberries into submission to get this 1.2 ounce bag. That and being organic (the only way you really wanna go on strawberries as per the EWG list of most contaminated we've all read) explains the roughly $5.50-$6.00 per bag price. So I think considering the rate that I want to consume these, I just need to invest in a dehydrator, or whatever does this to strawberries. They pick really good berries to start- they were all very deep red- but I can't really justify the tremendous waste for a 5 minute snack. So Nature's All Foods, besides getting a less horrible name, can you environmentally befriend some different packaging?
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I haven't had a lot of experience with anything freeze dried but am learning a lot about its benefits. If you need something lightweight, packed with flavor that holds its nutritional value, this is a great product. In order to remain this way however, you need to be sure to seal the bag well so that it does not absorb any moisture that may be in the air. I've purchased every flavor of this brand and have found them all to be delicious and even easy to cook with when you want an extra punch of flavor. This 1.2oz package is equal to 13oz of fresh and goes a long way. The product in the right conditions should keep for 24 months....but you will probably never have them that long!
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This is my favorite of all their dried fruits and this brand is tops for quality! The others are good too.
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My son LOVES these things. I mix them with some dry cereal as a side dish/snack in his lunches...as a treat because they are quite expensive compared to conventional strawberries. But as an ag grad student I know WAY too much about how horribly the environment suffers due to conventional strawberry farming that I can't bring myself to buy anything but the organic ones now.
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By Abby on February 27, 2014
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I always keep these on hand. They make a great, healthy snack for my kids, especially when it's hard to find organic strawberries because they're out of season. They're also great added to things like cereal and oatmeal.
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These make a great snack, especially in the winter time when strawberries are out of season. Amazon has a great price when you use subscribe & save.
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Look no further!! I only give my kid organic fruit (I follow EWG's Dirty Dozen list). He was learning to eat solids in the winter (9-15 months old), and I really wanted to introduce some non-pureed fruit but organic fruit is hard to come by in Boston in the winter. SO, I thought to try dried fruit (specifically freeze dried so it was not a chewy choking hazard), and my son loooooooves it!! He loves the crunchy texture, yet it softens quickly for ease of eating. His favorites of this brand are the strawberries, bananas & mangoes!!
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These are crunchy little slices of real strawberries. They make a nice snack on their own but I think they'll be most useful in trail mixes or homemade granolas. There aren't as many as I would have liked, but if you're going to add it into a mix or granola, it doesn't take much of any one ingredient to make a big batch. I'll definitely buy more and I'll try their other fruits, too. I know they have blueberries, raspberries, apples, mangos and pineapple. They have corn, too, that might be interesting for a little crunch in salads..
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