We produce a range of freeze-dried (lyophilized) wild fruits for chocolate coating, snack foods, breakfast cereals etc. The range includes riberries, rainforest limes, Illawarra plums, finger limes, Davidson plums, wild rosellas and of course, our star product; the LIFE (Lyophilized Indigenous Food Essentials)™.
Naturally, they are all pre-dipped in Fresher4Longer natural food rinse™ (industrially known as Herbal-Active®) to sanitize them for added shelf life and food safety.
Freeze-dried fruits are perfect for export as the weight is so much reduced in comparison to fresh, frozen fruits making them cheaper to ship and the process maintains the antioxidant capacity and preserves live enzymes as there is no heat involved. In fact, our premium wild super-nutritional, L.I.F.E. (Lyophilized Indigenous Food Essentials™ contains 12 high antioxidant, freeze-dried wild foods and a dozen other superfoods that we freeze-dry for the blend. Read more about LIFE here.
In addition to the uses given above, lyophilized whole fruits, fruit slices or powders can flavour dishes directly (Rene Redzepi recently sprinkled LIFE (Lyophilized Indigenous Food Essentials)™ over one of his desserts at the Sydney pop-up restaurant, Noma at Barangaroo). Try them in tisanes and herb teas, fruit leathers, confectionery, seasonings and even in cosmetic products.
We have just announced this new range of products and have had a flurry of inquiries from manufacturers. It will be a case of first in, best dressed and if the initial demand is an indicator of volumes, we will be limited in supply.
Drop us an email registering your interest and give us an indication of your potential requirements.
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We have air-dried rosella and freeze-dried rainforest lime which are both ideal for tea.
We can do any quantities as they are not pre-packed. Let me know what quantities you want and also if you need Australian grown rosella or are OK with imported product. There’s a $20/kg difference.