Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Dehydrated carrots

By way of 'Iowa Farmer Today' has a article on a unique product coming out of Fossston, Mn. In a article by Dale Hidebrant The majority are a foot long or more with a diameter of around two inches. And the dried carrots that leave this Fosston, Minn., facility aren't your usual dehydrated carrot. Instead, they are a unique “puffed” product that makes them ideal for many of today's quick-fix food products. The specialty cuts are “infusion puffed,” which gives the dehydrated carrots the ability to re-hydrate themselves at a much faster rate, which is a very desirable characteristic in products such as micro-wave foods.

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