Frequently Asked Questions
1. What exactly is Nutri-Fruit?
Nutri-Fruit is real, pure fruit in freeze dried powder form. See below for information about the drying process.
2. What happens during the freeze drying process?
During the process of freeze drying, the fruit goes through a process called sublimation where all the water is taken from a solid state to a gas, thus allowing the water to be removed.
Once the water is removed from the fruit all that is left is the nutritional portions, leaving a very nutrient dense product. This is why you are able to get so many servings of fruit in such a small portion of the product.
3. How many servings are in each can?
There are 19-20 servings in each can, and 69-70 servings in each 1 pound bag. The serving size for each powder is one tablespoon.
4. How many pounds of frozen fruit does it take to make one pound of freeze dried fruit.
Each Fruit is different, so here is the breakdown of each fruit powder we offer:
5. What is the shelf life of Nutri-fruit?
There is an 18 month shelf life for all Nutri-Fruit powders. The best way to maintain Nutri-Fruit is to store it in a cool and dry area before opening. Once the package has been opened it is best to store in your freezer to help prevent sticking and oxidation.
6. How long does shipping take?
Shipping is usually 7-10 business days depending on which shipping option you choose during checkout.
7. Are your products free of GMO's?
Absolutely! All of our fruit powders are Non-GMO.
8. Is Nutri-Fruit organic?
Nutri-Fruit is not organic. However, the fruit we use is grown using conventional and sustainable agricultural methods. Our quality and control processes are rigorous and we take great care to deliver you a product that is safe, healthy, and ultimately satisfying to each and every customer.
9. Where does the fruit come from before it is made into Nutri-Fruit Powder?
Depending on availability our fruit is sourced from a few different places.
We use our own farms to produce certain berries, such as Black Raspberries. For the kinds of fruit we don't grow, we work with trusted partners to source high quality fruit.
Some products like Mango, Banana, and Acai are not able to grow in climates found in the U.S.A. and therefore we work hard to procure fruit that meets our standards for quality and safety.