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  • Cheaper than little pouches

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    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    Bought these for my mom who loves freeze dried fruit and it is and outstanding value for the amount of product you get.

    11/3/12

    It

  • Very nice

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    We really enjoy having berries like this on hand. You can use them to make a quick smoothie or you can eat them directly out of the can.

    4/5/13

    Joseph

  • For My Wife

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    I don't like raspberries, but my wife does. We don't store these because we only store what everyone will eat (maximize the utility of our storage space). I got my wife on board with prepping because of these raspberries. I told her that this is a sample of how good food storage can be. Needless to say, she's full on board now!

    4/8/13

    6-Pack

  • Berries

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    These are delicious berries. I'm not usually a huge fan of berries because they make such a mess. These eliminate the mess! They taste great, which makes them perfect for a healthy snack for the whole family.

    4/11/13

    Ryan

  • Fantastic Value

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    No mess, no mold, no trouble. Great snack.

    6/17/13

    angie

  • TART!!!!

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    We mainly eat out of the can or use in smoothies/milk shakes. The kids love them!!! Pucker UP!!!!!!!!

    9/9/13

    Margaret

  • This sale price is a good deal.

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    There is the equivalent of 4-1/3 pounds of fresh raspberries in this can, and the current sale price of $2.35 per ounce freeze-dried would equal $5.65 a pound or $0.35 per ounce of fresh/frozen raspberries. The store-brand frozen raspberries at my local store are $0.37 per ounce right now, and name brands are more like $0.50 an ounce, so this is a price I'd consider stocking up at. The best price I have seen lately for freeze-dried raspberries is $2.25 an ounce with an occasional sale on them at $2.03 an ounce, but those are in mylar bags, not cans, so this is a fair price for raspberries packaged for very long-term storage.

    I'm thinking it's time to make a raspberry-pear pie. :)

    11/9/13

    Diana

  • great tasting product

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    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    This is a great tasting product straight from the can or reconstituted.It will be hard to keep them in the pantry now that my wife and kids have tried them.

    8/3/12

    Walter

  • Delicious!

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    23 of 44 people found this review helpful

    So flavorful! Would highly recommend.

    3/20/12

    Phyllis

  • Just as good as the expensive stuff

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    1 of 3 people found this review helpful

    I've eaten this stuff and compared it to the expensive stuff. I don't think there is any difference and it's a lot cheaper!

    7/18/12

    Bubba

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Saratoga Farms Freeze Dried Whole Raspberries

QUICK FACTS | All Features & Specs

Packaging: #10 Can
Brand: Saratoga Farms
Shelf-Life: Up to 30 Years
Total Servings: 24
Total Calories: 1,080
Reconstitution Time: 5-10 min.
Preservation Method: Freeze-dried
Food Type: Fruit

Price: $35.16

 Items Will Ship in 1-3 Business Days 

 

Benefits & Description

Use them in recipes | Just add water to prepare | Full of flavor

Freeze-dried to last for 30 years
You’ll be able to use raspberries any time of the year! Imagine having food on your shelf that you know is good for the next 30 years! Preparation in a flash
After you add water, these raspberries return to their original taste, texture, smell and nutritional value. They only take moments to prepare! Add them to your family recipes
You can use them in breakfasts, cakes, pies, smoothies or any other recipe! You can also just pop them as a snack! Great source of nutrition
Raspberries are a great source of Vitamin C and other nutrients that you’ll need in your food storage! Saratoga Farms Whole Raspberries are a great way to add some juicy, zesty fruit to your food storage! Plus, they last for 30 years and are simple to prepare!

By adding a small amount of water, these raspberries are restored to their original flavor, smell and nutritional value. They are then ready to use in any recipe. Imagine being able to use raspberries in your recipes any time of the year!

If you don’t want to use them in a recipe, you can also use them as a snack on the go!

Saratoga Farms Whole Raspberries are freeze-dried in order to last on your shelf for the longest time possible. These berries will last for over 30 years on your shelf. This will provide you with assurance that your family is safe in case of unemployment, natural disaster or any other type of emergency!

What's In-the-Box?

Fruits (1 Can | 24 Servings):
1 can Whole Raspberries

Features & Functions

SKU: FD0179
Shipping Weight (lbs): 1.2500
Net Weight of Contents: 10.4 oz (18g)
Brand: Saratoga Farms
Packaging: #10 Can
Total Servings: 24
Total Calories: 1080
Estimated Shelf Life: 20-30 Years
Dimensions (LxWxH): 6.25" x 7" x 6.25"
Allergen and Specialty: Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Pork Free, Shellfish Free, Soy Free
Food Type: Fruits
Storage Requirements: Click to read
Serving Size: 1/2 cup dry (Dry Wt 0.41 oz)

Nutrition & Ingredients

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1/2 cup dry (Dry Wt 0.41 oz)
Servings Per Container About 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories 45
Calories from Fat 0
% Daily Value*
Total Fat    0g
0%
Saturated Fat    0g
0%
Trans Fat    0g
Cholesterol    0mg
0%
Sodium    2mg
0%
Total Carbohydrate    10g
3%
Dietary Fiber    3g
10%
Sugars    5g
Protein    2g
%
Vitamin A
2%
Vitamin C
25%
Calcium
1%
Iron
5%
*Percent Daily Valus are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
INGREDIENTS: RASPBERRIES. NO ADDITIVES OR PRESERVATIVES.
 
 

FREQUENTLY BOUGHT TOGETHER

Saratoga Farms Freeze Dried Whole Raspberries
+
Saratoga Farms Freeze Dried Peach Slices
+
Saratoga Farms Freeze Dried Mango Chunks
Price for All Items Together:
$93 

 

  • Cheaper than little pouches

    • Value
    • Quality
    • Price
    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    Bought these for my mom who loves freeze dried fruit and it is and outstanding value for the amount of product you get.

    11/3/12

    It

  • Very nice

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    We really enjoy having berries like this on hand. You can use them to make a quick smoothie or you can eat them directly out of the can.

    4/5/13

    Joseph

  • For My Wife

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    I don't like raspberries, but my wife does. We don't store these because we only store what everyone will eat (maximize the utility of our storage space). I got my wife on board with prepping because of these raspberries. I told her that this is a sample of how good food storage can be. Needless to say, she's full on board now!

    4/8/13

    6-Pack

  • Berries

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    These are delicious berries. I'm not usually a huge fan of berries because they make such a mess. These eliminate the mess! They taste great, which makes them perfect for a healthy snack for the whole family.

    4/11/13

    Ryan

  • Fantastic Value

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    No mess, no mold, no trouble. Great snack.

    6/17/13

    angie

  • TART!!!!

    • Quality
    • Price
    • Value

    We mainly eat out of the can or use in smoothies/milk shakes. The kids love them!!! Pucker UP!!!!!!!!

    9/9/13

    Margaret

  • This sale price is a good deal.

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    There is the equivalent of 4-1/3 pounds of fresh raspberries in this can, and the current sale price of $2.35 per ounce freeze-dried would equal $5.65 a pound or $0.35 per ounce of fresh/frozen raspberries. The store-brand frozen raspberries at my local store are $0.37 per ounce right now, and name brands are more like $0.50 an ounce, so this is a price I'd consider stocking up at. The best price I have seen lately for freeze-dried raspberries is $2.25 an ounce with an occasional sale on them at $2.03 an ounce, but those are in mylar bags, not cans, so this is a fair price for raspberries packaged for very long-term storage.

    I'm thinking it's time to make a raspberry-pear pie. :)

    11/9/13

    Diana

  • great tasting product

    • Quality
    • Price
    • Value
    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    This is a great tasting product straight from the can or reconstituted.It will be hard to keep them in the pantry now that my wife and kids have tried them.

    8/3/12

    Walter

  • Delicious!

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    • Price
    • Value
    23 of 44 people found this review helpful

    So flavorful! Would highly recommend.

    3/20/12

    Phyllis

  • Just as good as the expensive stuff

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality
    1 of 3 people found this review helpful

    I've eaten this stuff and compared it to the expensive stuff. I don't think there is any difference and it's a lot cheaper!

    7/18/12

    Bubba