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Preservation Process Infographic

FREEZE DEHYDRATED DRIED VS FOODS FOODS PRESERVATION PROCESS FREEZE-DRIED FOODS Through the freese-dry process, complete meals are flash-frozen, the water and oxygen are then removed while in their gas states. This process guarantees a long-shelf life, without impacting the foods nutritional value. DEHYDRATED FOODS With dehydrate foods, the moisture is removed from the different components at very high temperatures. Although this process extends the shelf-life, it also degrades the nutritional value of the food. SHELF-LIFE FREEZE DRIED 7-10 YEARS 25 YEARS DEHYDRATED CONTAINS NATURAL MEAT Yes. Food Insurance's long-term solutions have natural meat in the meals. This means great tasting food that provides the protein needed in an emergency situation. No, Meat does not dehydrate well, it comes out tough liké jerky. Soy based meat substitutes like Textú- red Vegetable Protein (TVP) are commonly found in dehydrated meals. CALORIES 10 300 100-150 PER SERVING PER SERVING PREPARATION TIME FREEZE DRIED FOODS DEHYDRATED FOODS 10 24 20-25 MINUTES MINUTES PACKAGING Generally come in pouches that are stored in plastic buckets. FREEZE DRIED FOODS Enamel coated, nitrogen flushed #10 tin cans. This guarantees the longest shelf-life and protection from rodents, insects, and water. DEHYDRATED FOODS SURVIVAL MASTERY Source:

Preservation Process Infographic

shared by samuelsamuel on Feb 13
Comparison of freeze dried food and dehydrated food


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