Freeze-Dried, Dehydrated, What's the Difference?

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between freeze-dried foods and dehydrated foods?  Food Insurance™ has put together an easy-to-understand infographic that answers the most common questions about the two most popular food storage preservation methods.

Freeze Dried Food vs Dehydrated Food Infographic

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  2. is the food that is stored in the cans loose packed [once open, all the contents are then exposed] or are there pouches inthe can for individuaal servings

    1. Great question Jeff. The food is packed lose inside of the cans, primarily because the food actually has a longer shelf-life than mylar pouches.

      All of the cans come with a plastic lid so that you can reduce the food’s exposure once opened. If you are able to keep the food dry and cool after opening, most items will stay good for a few weeks to a few months depending on the ingredients.

      -Food Insurance

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