Organic Freeze Dried Banana

2.5 oz pouch

Retail Price: $6.75


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2.5 oz pouch

Why You’ll Love It

With nothing else but love, these organic crunchy and ohhh so sweet freeze-dried bananas have kept all their nutritional benefits. We have selected the ripest and tastiest bananas to bring you this healthy and delicious snack. At home or on the go, Natures All Foods freeze-dried bananas are perfect as an office snack, added to your favorite cereals, or in your kids lunchbox.
SKU: 812907011085

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Ingredients

Ingredients: Banana. 112814.


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Reviews For Organic Freeze Dried Banana

Based on 4 Reviews

My new favorite snack ...

And no added sugar!

- Betty

freeze dried banana

Very good,

- Amy

mrs

Very yummy. Kind of stick to your teeth but a good sweet alternative

- Amy

consumer

the taste is very good. they stick to your teeth, but that is what brushing and your finger is for

- karen

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