Brothers All Natural Superfruits are ALWAYS in season.

Superfruits, as described by nutrition scientists, are fruits packed with antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that can help you live longer, look better, and help prevent disease.

Our Fruit Crisps are freeze dried to preserve the fresh flavors and nutrients for you to enjoy fruit all year round!

Eating 2-3 servings of fruit daily is one of the best ways to improve your diet and overall health.

Studies show that ONLY 1 in 10 Americans meet their daily fruit targets.  Everyone needs fruit!

Natural sugars contained in fresh fruit accompany fiber, antioxidants, and other healthful nutrients, unlike adding table sugar or eating a candy bar. Studies show that adding fruit to your meals and snacks can help reduce the risk for heart disease, obesity and even protect against certain types of cancers.

Take advantage of the benefits

Fuji Apples: America’s favorite fruit is a Superfruit! Apples contain a variety of phytochemicals, including quercetin, catechin, phloridzin and chlorogenic acid, all of which are strong antioxidants. Fuji Apples have the highest concentration of bioflavonoids of any variety of apple. Bioflavonoids are essential for health-protection, protecting you from getting diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. They are also essential for maintaining your level of health and beneficial for controlling your weight.

Bananas: Ever grab a snack and feel hungry again 20 minutes later? Next time, reach for a banana! This Superfruit is loaded with antioxidants which include beta-carotene, lutein, selenium, vitamins A, C and E.  Bananas also contain magnesium and potassium, which can help lower blood pressure and eliminate migraine headaches. Bananas contain the absolute best healthy carbohydrates that will fill you up, help boost your metabolism and immune system as well as improve your mood.

Strawberries are bursting with high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols and Vitamin C; just one cup full and you’ve already reached your recommended daily intake! Not only are strawberries juicy and delicious, they are also packed with many vitamins and minerals. These superfruits have been proven to boost immunity, improve eye health, regulate blood pressure, fight wrinkles, and reduce inflammation.

Try our Strawberry-Banana freeze dried Fruit Crisps for a double Superfruit snack!

Asian Pears have significantly more fiber than other pear varieties. These superfruits are not only high in fiber, they are low in calories and contain a number of antioxidants and micronutrients that are important for blood, bone and cardiovascular health. Consuming one serving per day is good for your heart and helps ward off diabetes.

Peaches are a nutritional powerhouse containing very high antioxidants, ranging from lycopene to vitamin C to chlorogenic acid. All of these antioxidants serve to keep your body healthy and in tip-top shape. The antioxidants help scavenge free radicals in the body which would normally cause life-threatening diseases and illnesses like cancer, auto-immune diseases and a variety of other illnesses. Peaches also provide macro and micronutrients, including fiber, vitamins A, C, E, potassium and zinc, they are naturally free of fat, sodium, cholesterol, and trans fats

Mixed Berries should be your go-to Superfruits for brain function and memory!  Blueberries have high flavonoid levels which help maintain a better memory. Blackberries rank in the top 10 for antioxidant power helping to prevent cardiovascular disease, cancers, and osteoporosis.  Raspberries contain strong antioxidants such as Vitamin C, quercetin and gallic acid that fight against cancer, heart and circulatory disease. Strawberries have been proven to boost immunity, improve eye health, regulate blood pressure, fight wrinkles, and reduce inflammation.

Brothers All Natural freeze dried Fruit Crisps are conveniently packaged for on-the-go snacking!  Get your Superfruits today!

Gluten Free Freeze Dried Fruit Crisps

Eat Healthy. Stay Healthy.



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