Dried soft fruits
How are dried soft fruits produced?
The process involves fresh fruit being dried and brought to a relative humidity of 12% which allows it to be naturally preserved and maintaining all the organoleptic characteristics of the fresh product.
Naturally this state is maintained only for the period of preservation: to be ideal for consumption the dried fruit is rehydrated until reaching an average humidity of 32%.
Particularly energetic and rich in fibre , dried soft fruits are a valid aid for all those submitted to a heavy intellectual load and physical efforts such as in sports. Being a natural food, without added sugar, they are a valid alternative to the often privileged fatty foods which lack healthy nutritional values.