Monday, September 9, 2013

North Bay Trading Co. Freeze Dried Fruit Review

Disclosure - fee sample provided.

North Bay Trading Co. offers a wonderful selection of healthy food items.  The products that they offer are very high quality too.  They pride themselves in having amazing food safety.  Their products are GMO free too.  There are no additives to their foods either.  Their products are natural and healthy.  They offer a great number of products that are prefect for healthy snacks and meals.

North Bay Trading Co. has wild rice, dried fruit, beans, soup mixes and more.  They offer a variety of items that make eating healthy easy.  Their products are perfect for stocking up on if you want to fill you pantry with delicious products that help make cooking quality meals easy.  

I received a sampler box of dried fruit from North Bay Trading Co.  This is not your typical dehydrated fruit.  North Bay Trading Co.'s fruit is freeze dried.  This gives the fruit a completely different texture.  My family loves it.  The fruit ends up light and crunchy.  The fruit still holds onto it's amazing flavor though.  They offer a number of different kinds of freeze dried fruit.  The box I received included peaches, sliced strawberries, bananas, mango strips, and a triple berry blend.  Our favorite is the triple berry blend.  This is perfect for healthy snacking.  I love using it for school snacks or in lunchboxes too.  

These are just some of the healthy and nutritious food items that North Bay Trading Co. offers.  You can visit their website to order their products. 

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.  

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad I found this, I'm checking out North Bay Trading Co, as I've been looking for a site that hast dried fruits, beans, etc. It is a great site! I've only tried a few freeze dried fruits, one idea I've seen with them, is when they are pulverized and added to recipes, such as a pie, it makes the flavor more intense, I'd like to try that, but they are sooo expensive.