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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the estimated delivery time?
B.C. and Alberta: 3-5 business days The rest of Canada: 5-8 business days USA: 6-10 business days However, please note that we are not responsible for delays caused by couriers or customs clearance.
Compare with other vendors, why is your price so competitive?
We believe healthy food options should be accessible to all. Our production team in BC, Canada works around the clock to deliver high-quality and affordable products. Our team provides professional services to food industry globally in SUPERFOOD INGREDIENTS SUPPLYING, PRIVATE LABELING and CUSTOM MANUFACTURING and we are committed to working closely with clients in every aspect to archives their business goals.
What is freeze-dried fruit?
Freeze-dried fruit is fruit that has undergone the process of vacuum freeze-drying technology. Freeze-dried fruits and vegetables offer several advantages over other methods of preserving and drying fruits: Nutrient retention: Freeze-drying helps in preserving the nutritional content of the fruits and vegetables better than other methods. It retains the original vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients, making them a healthier snacking option. Retention of natural flavors: This process preserves the original taste and flavor of the fruits and vegetables to a large extent, offering a more authentic and natural taste experience. Extended shelf life: Freeze-dried fruits and vegetables have a significantly longer shelf life compared to other drying methods, as the low temperature effectively prevents the growth of microorganisms that can cause spoilage. Lightweight and convenient: Freeze-dried products are typically lightweight and easy to carry, making them an excellent choice for hiking, camping, or any outdoor activities. Rehydration quality: When rehydrated, freeze-dried fruits and vegetables regain much of their original texture and shape, closely resembling fresh produce. This quality makes them versatile for various culinary applications, including use in desserts, smoothies, and other dishes. Considering these factors, freeze-dried fruits and vegetables are a popular choice for those who prioritize the retention of nutritional value, taste, and convenience in their food choices.
How do I store our freeze-dried fruit?
Proper storage of freeze-dried fruit is essential to maintain its quality and shelf life. Here are some guidelines to help you store freeze-dried fruit effectively: Container: Store freeze-dried fruit in our resealble bag or an airtight container to prevent exposure to moisture and air, which can cause the fruit to rehydrate and spoil. Cool, dry place: Keep the container in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Exposure to heat and light can degrade the quality of the fruit and shorten its shelf life. Avoid moisture: Ensure that the storage area is free from any moisture or humidity. Moisture can lead to the rehydration of the fruit and promote the growth of mold or bacteria.
How to use freeze-dried fruits and vegetables?
Freeze-dried fruits and vegetables, as well as their powders, are versatile ingredients that can be used in various culinary applications. Here are some popular ways to use them: Snacking: Enjoy freeze-dried fruits as a healthy and convenient snack on their own. They are lightweight and easily portable, making them ideal for on-the-go consumption. Smoothies and shakes: Add freeze-dried fruit or vegetable powders to your smoothies or shakes for an extra nutritional boost and natural flavoring. Baking: Incorporate freeze-dried fruits into baked goods such as cakes, muffins, and cookies for a burst of natural fruit flavor and vibrant color. Cereal and oatmeal topping: Sprinkle freeze-dried fruits over your cereal or oatmeal for added texture, flavor, and a nutritious touch. Salads: Use freeze-dried fruits or vegetable powders to enhance the flavor and nutritional value of salads, giving them an extra punch of color and taste. Yogurt or ice cream topping: Sprinkle freeze-dried fruit over yogurt or ice cream to add a crunchy texture and a burst of fruity flavor. Infusions: Use fruit powders to infuse flavor into beverages, such as teas, lemonades, or cocktails, adding a natural and refreshing twist to your drinks. Sauces and dressings: Incorporate fruit powders into sauces and dressings to enhance the taste profile and provide a natural coloring element. Garnish: Use freeze-dried fruits and vegetables as a colorful and flavorful garnish for various dishes, adding an appealing visual element and an extra layer of taste. By incorporating freeze-dried fruits and vegetable powders into your culinary repertoire, you can enjoy their nutritional benefits, vibrant colors, and natural flavors in a variety of dishes and snacks.
Why use our super food ingredients?
Cost-saving, quality-improving, better tasting experience.
Why are freeze-dried fruits more expensive than fresh fruits?
VFD's freeze-drying process removes more than 95% of moisture content. One pound of freeze-dried fruits are made from more than ten pounds of fresh fruits.
Can freeze-dried fruits be eaten as a snack?
Yes, freeze-dried fruit makes a great snack option as it is light, portable, and healthy. It can be enjoyed on its own or mixed with other snacks such as nuts, seeds, and granola.
How do you rehydrate freeze-dried fruits?
Rehydrating freeze-dried fruit is a simple process. Here's a general guide on how to rehydrate freeze-dried fruit: Choose your liquid: You can use water, fruit juice, or any other liquid of your choice. The choice of liquid can enhance the flavor of the fruit. Pour the liquid: Place the freeze-dried fruit in a bowl and pour enough liquid over it to cover the fruit completely. Wait for rehydration: Allow the fruit to sit in the liquid for a few minutes. The time required for rehydration depends on the type of fruit and the size of the pieces. Check for desired texture: Check the fruit periodically to ensure it has reached the desired texture. If it's not fully rehydrated, you can let it sit for a bit longer. Use as desired: Once the fruit has fully rehydrated, you can use it in your desired recipe or consume it as is.
How long does freeze-dried fruits last?
Freeze-dried fruit can last up to 25 years when stored properly in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Our current pouch provides a 3-year shelf life for fruits and veggies and a 2-year shelf life for products containing dairy ingredients.
Can freeze-dried fruit be used in recipes?
Yes, freeze-dried fruit can be used in a variety of recipes, including smoothies, baked goods, and granola bars. It adds a burst of flavor and texture to any recipe.
Is freeze-dried fruit healthy?
Yes, freeze-dried fruit is a healthy snack option as it retains up to 97% of the nutritional content of the fresh fruit. It is low in calories, high in fiber, and contains vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that are beneficial for the body.
What is freeze-drying technology
Freeze-drying technology, also known as lyophilization, is a preservation process that involves removing the moisture from a frozen product via sublimation. This process entails freezing the product and then reducing the surrounding pressure to allow the frozen water in the product to change directly from a solid to a gaseous state without passing through the liquid phase. This technique is commonly used to preserve a wide range of products, including food, pharmaceuticals, and biological materials, while retaining their original structure, taste, and nutritional value. Freeze-drying helps extend the shelf life of perishable items, making them more stable for storage and transportation without the need for refrigeration.