What is Freeze-Dried?

What is Freeze-Dried?

What is freeze-drying? 

Freeze-drying is a three-step process that begins with freezing. It is a low-temperature dehydration process that involves freezing the product, lowering the pressure, then removing the ice by sublimation. Freeze-drying is different from other conventional drying methods. Other drying methods evaporate water by using a heat drying process. 

What does freeze-drying do to food? 

The benefits of freeze-drying retain nutritional value better than other drying methods. For example, a freeze-dried kale leaf looks just like a fresh kale leaf and nutritionally is as close as you can get. In addition, the process helps preserve the color and shape of the raw material. 

Freeze-drying can also give you more extended shelf life. By removing the water through freeze-drying, it eliminates the potential for bacteria growth. The length of shelf life for freeze-dried foods can depend on the packaging, storage, temperature, moisture, and product. 

Benefits of freeze-dried food. 

The benefits of freeze-drying are endless—especially the benefits of freeze-dried foods. The process retains the nutritional value. The freeze-drying process maintains the color and shape of the product. The flavor and smell is very close to the the fresh ingredient. The products are shelf-stable, create no mess, no waste, and no cleanup. The benefits of freeze-dried foods are endless.  

Why do we only offer freeze-dried products? 

We strive to produce the world's highest quality fruit and vegetable powders. To do that, we have chosen only to use organic freeze-dried fruits and organic freeze-dried vegetables. Freeze-Drying retains nutrition insanely better than standard dehydration. Our purpose is to exist to inspire health through simple, whole-food powders.


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