Freeze Dried Pineapples -- Great in smoothies, cake toppings, fruit salads, and fresh out of the package! YUM!
Our freeze dried pineapples are crunchy, sweet and tangy, and are full of surprising benefits for the body. Grown and freeze dried by USA based companies, this product is also Non-GMO, with no preservatives or additives. Our freeze dried pineapples retain up to 94% of its ‘fresh’ nutritional value, and are a delightful addition to any recipe, for your salads, smoothies, trail mixes, or a snack option for an on-the-go man, woman or child.
Our freeze dried pineapples are high quality freeze dried by reputable food manufacturers around the USA. They are also kosher, and packaged carefully by hand for optimum quality, care, and freshness.
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- Our freeze dried pineapples are an wonderful blend of sweet and tangy, along with a great crunch. Pineapple also neutralizes acidity in the body.
- Eating pineapple helps reduce arthritis pain, contains phosphorus and potassium, and helps prevent muscular degeneration.
- Pineapple also helps cure constipation, prevents plaque, and keeps teeth healthy.
- Save time and money by using freeze dried pineapple chunks in your recipes, salsas, smoothie/ smoothie bowls, salads, or even just as.
- Easy snack for convenience and busy schedule
- Retains over 94% of its ‘fresh’ nutritional value
- The flavor of freeze dried pineapples is tasty and crunchy, often delivering a potent, piquant flavor one may not get with some produce at grocery stores (due to a variety of factors)
- Ideal for traveling, hiking, camping, and anything outdoorsy
- Perfect for long term storage
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Ingredients: Only contains the base product listed above; no additives or preservatives.
|Serving Size||1 oz (28g)|
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