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Packing  Item Number: packing

There are several ways to pack fruit for freezing.

  • Dry Pack - Fruit is put into a sealed container.
  • Syrup Pack - Fruit is covered with a syrup mixture. Best used for sauces or desserts.
  • Sugar Pack - Sugar is sprinkled over fruit and mixed gently until juice is drawn out and sugar dissolves. Works well with juicy fruits. Best for cooking purposes like pies or crisps.
  • Unsweetened Pack - Fruit is covered with water containing ascorbic acid.

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