Freeze-dried fruit has become more popular than ever. It’s officially graduated from its previous status of “astronaut food” to the mainstream marketplace.

Lately, these grapes have been talked about and requested more than ever imagined. Why? They’re a triple threat! The health benefits are there, taste is phenomenal, and the crunch provides an exciting new way of eating one of your favorite fruits.

All of the perks mentioned come beautifully wrapped in an impressive 18-month shelf-life. That means 18 months of resealable goodness!

It starts with the process of freeze-drying. Next, people tend to fall head over heels with the light, crunchy grapes in a way they’d never imagine.

Are freeze-dried grapes similar to raisins?

This is a common misconception about freeze-dried grapes, but in reality, they couldn’t be more different than raisins.

Raisins are beloved in their own right, but the only true commonalities between them and freeze-dried grapes are that they both come from the same fruit and their moisture has been removed (to varying degrees). For a bunch of grapes, they couldn’t be more different.

Freeze-dried grapes are not just tasty and fun to eat, they’re also eye-catching. Each bag contains beautiful, bright colors on the outside and crisp white flesh on the inside.

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After the first bite, we guarantee you’ll never look at grapes in the same way again.

What ingredients are used during production?

You might be surprised, but the ingredient list is simple: freeze-dried organic grapes.

That’s it.

No preservatives, no added sugar or other sweeteners.

Simply grapes that were grown with love and care in the United States and freeze-dried to perfection for your snacking pleasure.

Homegrown Organic Farms believes it’s important to provide wholesome, nutritious foods for people to enjoy all over the world, all year round. And that’s being done with freeze-dried fruit, starting right here at home.

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