Dried Pineapple 50gm
Hand-picked from sun-kissed orchards in north Queensland.
Flavour: These pineapples are left to ripen to perfection on the stem, allowing the sun to work its magic. As a result, our dried pineapple slices burst with natural flavour and are an excellent source of vitamins and antioxidants.
Pure and Natural: We craft our farm dried fruit without any additives, preservatives or artificial sweeteners, ensuring a wholesome and unadulterated product. Our drying technique ensures the fruit enzymes and nutrients stay intact unlike most dried fruit alternatives you can buy at your local supermarket. This product is gluten free, sulphur free, preservative free and high in fiber.
Supporting Australian Farmers: When you choose our dried fruits and nuts, you're not only indulging in an exceptional snack; you're also supporting local Aussie farmers. By selecting produce that is locally sourced, we strive to strengthen the communities that cultivate these extraordinary farm produce. It's a small way to make a big impact.
How to enjoy: From snacking straight out of the bag to incorporating them into your culinary creations, the possibilities for enjoying our dried pineapple are endless.
- Snacking: Savor the sweet, tangy flavour of dried pineapple as a guilt-free snack. Perfect for curbing your sweet cravings while staying healthy.
- Trail Mix Upgrade: Add dried pineapple to your trail mix for a burst of tropical sweetness. It pairs wonderfully with nuts and other dried fruits.
- Salad Surprise: Dice or chop dried pineapple to elevate your salads with a unique and exotic twist.
- Yogurt and Cereal: Sprinkle dried pineapple on your morning yogurt or cereal for a delightful tropical touch.
- Beverage Buddy: Drop a piece of dried pineapple into your iced tea or cocktails for a refreshing and flavourful twist.
- Baking Brilliance: Incorporate dried pineapple into your baking recipes for a burst of natural sweetness in muffins, cakes, and cookies.
Dried Pineapple Fruit Facts:
- Dried pineapple is a concentrated source of bromelain, an enzyme that aids in digestion and reduces inflammation.
- Pineapple was historically known as the "King of Fruits" due to its exotic taste and regal appearance.
- Pineapples were first cultivated in South America and were a symbol of hospitality and friendship in the 18th century.
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