Dehydrated food is an easy and effective way to store food for long-term use
Dehydrated fruit can be used as snacks or in dishes as a substitute for fresh or canned fruit. Dehydrating food involves removing the water from the natural foods until they are preserved, and there is no need for refrigeration.
Dehydrated fruit made from fruits such as apples, oranges, and bananas is convenient food because they do not require any preparation or cooking time. These dried fruits can be eaten as is or added to cereal, oatmeal, pancakes, yogurt, soup, and many other dishes.
Dehydrated food, also sometimes called “freeze-dried” food, is a type of preservation technique. This method uses reduced air pressure to remove the water from the food. In other words, it removes all moisture from the food while preserving its nutritional value and taste.
Dehydrated fruit is an excellent way to ensure you always have a healthy snack on trips or in your desk drawer at work. It’s perfect for when you are on the go and don’t have access to a grocery store with fresh produce or when you want to eat something healthy but in your hurry, forgot to pack any fruit.
Augason Farms Dehydrated Emergency Camping Food
Augason Farms Fruit Variety Pail offers a delicious selection of freeze-dried and dehydrated fruits. They’re the ideal no-spoil, no-refrigeration solution for smoothies, fruit salads, or to use in any of the recipes included in the pail. They also make a yummy, crunchy-sweet snack right out of the bag.
Another great way to dehydrate and freeze-dried fruits? Take them with you while exploring the great outdoors, head out on a road trip, or store them away for an emergency. Either way, you can be confident that Augason Farm’s long-term food storage products are always made with flavorful, high-quality ingredients.
Dehydrated Variety Pail Includes
Freeze-Dried Sliced Strawberries; Freeze-Dried Apple Dices, Freeze-Dried Whole Raspberries, Freeze-Dried Whole Blueberries, Dehydrated Banana Chips, Spiff-E-Whip Dessert Topping Mix, and Recipe Booklet. For maximum shelf life, store product in a cool and dry place at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Real shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions. For example, unopened pouches retain their shelf life after opening the pail.
- Strawberries, Apples, Bananas, Raspberries, and Blueberries
- Includes Spiff-e-Whip Dessert Topping for dipping and desserts
- Includes Recipe Booklet
- Fruits are individually packaged in heavy-duty, air-tight pouches
Perfect for emergency food storage, outdoor survival food, camping food, and everyday snacking
- Shelf life ranges from 10 to 30 years based on food type
- Packaged in a rodent-resistant, 4-gallon pail with a handle
- Pail size may vary based on availability