Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetables
Dehydrated vegetables, with their harder texture and wizened forms, might not be your first vegetable choice, but drying vegetables is a safe, low-fat and long-lasting method of preserving them. One of the greatest benefits is that the nutritional content of dehydrated veggies is left relatively unchanged, so you can use them to help meet your daily vegetable intake of 2 to 3 cups of vegetables per day.
Dehydration preserves the full dietary fiber content of the vegetables, ensuring they remain a high-fiber food choice.
Quick energy, dried fruit is very calorically dense. Because the fruit loses water during the drying process, the nutrient, calorie, and sugar content become more concentrated.
For granulated or powdered garlic and onion ... please see our spices and herbs product page.
|Product||Product Code||Type (UOM)
|Beet Powder (Special Order)
|Blueberries Dried (whole, low moisture)
|Celery Cross Cut 1/8"
|Celery Seed, ground
|Celery Seed, whole
|Cranberries Dried Diced
|Garlic Granulated American Fine
|Garlic Granulated, Chinese
|Garlic Minced, Chinese
|Garlic Powder, Chinese
|Jalapeno Flakes 1/4
|Jalapeno Powder (Special Order)
|Juniper Berries Whole
|Leek Flakes (green & white) (Special Order)
|Onion Flakes Chopped American
|Onion Flakes Roasted (Special Order)
|Onion Flakes Toasted
|Onion Powder - Low Bac
|Onion, Granulated, American
|Onion, Green, minced
|Onion, Minced American
|Onion, Powder, American
|Pepper Flakes Green Bell 3/8
|Pepper Flakes Green Granules -8+20
|Pepper Flakes Red Bell 3/8
|Pepper Flakes Red Granules -8+20
|Tomato Sun Dried 1/8 x 1/8