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We have retail and bulk dried fruit — healthy and easy to store, use, and take along — snack on them right out of the bag.
There are 35 types of freeze dried fruit.
- No added sugar.
- No preservatives and no sulfites or sulfur.
- Excellent source of vitamins.
- Bagged freeze dried items are in high quality resealable foil pouches with moisture absorbent pack to ensure freshness after initial opening.
- Varieties and cuts of dried fruit not listed on our website may be available by special order in the large box sizes, please contact us.
Common uses: Backpacking food, camping food, snacks, and quick-and-easy cooking at home. Our dried fruits are often added to salads, cereals, desserts, and trail mixes.
Check out our air dried vs freeze dried explanation.
What is freeze dried? Freeze dried food is placed in a refrigerated vacuum, where, without thawing, it is dehydrated — ice disappears in the form of escaping water vapor. Cell structure remains intact, which results in excellent retention of flavor, color, shape, and nutritional value. Freeze dried food can be eaten as is, hydrated quickly, or, with fruit, used in making drinks or baked goods. Please note fruit which is "dried," but not "freeze dried," is generally made in other processes which cost less but add sweeteners — often water content is simply replaced with sugar.
Air dried fruit
Air dried fruit, often generically called dehydrated fruit, is made by subjecting the fruit to heat, resulting in water evaporation. The physical size of the fruit is reduced when it is air dried. Note: compared to freeze dried fruits, there is a much higher moisture content and the product is less shelf stable.
A popular gift item: Use our multiple-addresses shipping feature and gift messaging to send dried fruit to friends and family.
Dried fruit — The easy way to add nutrition, flavor, and texture to meals and snacks.
- Snack on our dried fruits as they are, or mix them to create your own trail mixes.
- Use our dried fruits, either dry or rehydrated, in smoothies and with cereals and desserts.
- Experiment with making fruit sauces for entrees, rices, grain dishes, and desserts.
More details and ideas appear at each fruit's View Details /Cooking Tips tab.