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What happens during the freeze drying process?

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Fresh fruit is allowed to ripen until it reaches peak – allowing it to produce the maximum possible nutrients.

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The fruit is then cleaned, sliced or chopped, and frozen for at least 24-hours. 

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Frozen fruit is placed in the freeze drying chamber, where the frozen water is removed under a vacuum – taking the water from ice directly to gas (called sublimation). The gas is removed and allowed to condense elsewhere.

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The fruit is packed in sealed, moisture and oxygen-proof packaging to ensure freshness.

  • Freeze drying involves no heating, no chemicals, and no preservatives. The resulting product contains all the nutrients of fresh fruit in a light and intensely flavored crisp.
  • This gentle process locks in all the nutrition of the fresh fruit and intensifies the natural flavor. 
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