Frozen fruit

Frozen fruit

100% natural fruit, Good for you, No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, No added sugar, Source of vitamin C for a healthy immune system – As part of a healthy balanced diet. One serve of fruit is equal to approximately 150g fruit. Australian dietary guidelines recommend 2 serves of fruit per day., Source of fibre for healthy digestion – As part of a healthy balanced diet. One serve of fruit is equal to approximately 150g fruit. Australian dietary guidelines recommend 2 serves of fruit per day., Why not try – perfecting your pavlova with these frozen mixed berries and a sprinkling of vanilla powder, Fruit a day: 1 cup = 1 serve of fruit – As part of a healthy balanced diet. One serve of fruit is equal to approximately 150g fruit. National dietary guidelines recommend 2 serves of fruit per day.


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100% natural fruit, Good for you, No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, No added sugar, Source of vitamin C for a healthy immune system - As part of a healthy balanced diet. One serve of fruit is equal to approximately 150g fruit. Australian dietary guidelines recommend 2 serves of fruit per day., Source of fibre for healthy digestion - As part of a healthy balanced diet. One serve of fruit is equal to approximately 150g fruit. Australian dietary guidelines recommend 2 serves of fruit per day., Why not try - perfecting your pavlova with these frozen mixed berries and a sprinkling of vanilla powder, Fruit a day: 1 cup = 1 serve of fruit - As part of a healthy balanced diet. One serve of fruit is equal to approximately 150g fruit. National dietary guidelines recommend 2 serves of fruit per day.

Frozen fruit is more or less likely to lose some of its nutrients during freezing, but it doesn't affect eating, while fresh fruit is less likely to lose nutrients. Frozen fruits, once taken out at room temperature, do not last much longer and are more likely to go bad. Fresh fruit can also be preserved well if it is placed in a place with adequate ventilation, temperature and humidity.

Tropical fruits, such as apples and bananas, will harden or go bad, not only losing nutrients, but also taste bad, so it is not suitable for freezing. They should be kept fresh.

Fruits and vegetables should be washed before they are frozen, and the edible parts should be frozen so that they are easier to eat later and less likely to bring bacteria into the refrigerator. Also, don't put plastic bags on food when freezing, which will prolong the freezing time and lose more nutrients. The best way is to put food in plastic bags after it has frozen. Frozen fruits, vegetables and seafood are best consumed within a year.

Style FROZEN
Type Fruit (Yellow peach, Cheery tomato,Dragon fruit)
Shape WHOLE
Freezing Process IQF
Preservation Process SYRUP
Cultivation Type COMMON, Open Air, Organic
Packaging Bulk, Vacuum Pack, Retail pack
Certification ISO, BRC, HACCP
Shelf Life 24 months in -18°C
Weight (kg) 10
Place of Origin Shandong, China
Brand Name Sinocharm or OEM
Brix 6-9
Material 100% Fresh Fruit

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