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Lindon Farms 150 Servings Freeze-Dried Tropical Fruits Bucket

Item # 773875
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Key Features

  • Lindon Farms Freeze Dried Tropical Fruits

  • Stores for up to 25 years

  • Resealable, puncture-resistant pouches

  • Packaged in a stackable pail for easy storage

  • Includes 150 servings


Our Price   $133.00

Availability: Ships from vendor in 3-5 business days.

  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
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Product Description
Freeze dried fruits just got more practical and more affordable with the Lindon Farms Freeze Dried Fruit Bucket! Shelf life up to 25 years sealed and stored in a cool, dry environment. Shelf life up to 6 months for opened pouches. Each mylarfoil pouch is sealed with an oxygen absorber inside to increase shelf-life and retain freshness. Packaged in a stackable pail for easy storage. Includes 150 servings.

• Whole Cherries (24 Servings; 1 mylarfoil pouch; 4.8oz/pouch)
• Whole Red Seedless Grapes (26 Servings; 1 mylarfoil pouch; 5.28oz/pouch)
• Whole Blackberries (22 Servings; 1 mylarfoil pouch; 4.48oz/pouch)
• Diced Mangoes (28 Servings; 1 mylarfoil pouch; 5.6oz/pouch)
• Sliced Bananas (20 Servings; 1 mylarfoil pouch; 4.8 oz/pouch)
• Diced Pineapples (26 Servings; 1 mylarfoild pouch; 5.12 oz/pouch)

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