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Reviews For Organic Freeze Dried Raspberries
Based on 13 Reviews
This stuff is baby crack.
So incredibly sour we could't stomach them. I like tart but this was over kill. Very disappointed.
Snack time, any time. Great to have on hand for the office, waiting at the airport, lunch's for children and adults. Fresh tasting! A good choice! The next time I would purchase more to put in the freezer. Extras never hurt.
Sometimes freeze dried fruit tastes sour to me. This was good. Had some as a snack and used some in smoothie.
These have super, in-your-face raspberry flavor. A little tart, a little startling, then oh, yeah! Raspberry! Nice.
Pureed these with coconut oil, then froze for "coconut bites," and they were wonderful!
great snack for little ones or big ones as well! mixes in many different foods well!
Hubby loves them!
I got these to try for a snack for my husband and he loved them!
- M Elizabeth
Organic Freeze Dried Rasberries
Great and not all that costly(about like a qt.) and wonderful-ready to go antioxidant berries for topping my cereal-(I can get 5 servings from a bag).
These are great! Already ordered more:-)
I like em!
These were good. Tangy and a bit tart but good
Perfect for little ones!
My girl is 16 months old right now and LOVES these (plus the blueberries and strawberries)! They're super soft so they're easy to chew up. Because they aren't wet, they're great for on-the-go snacking...just don't leave them in the snack cup for more than a day or else they get a little soggy due to absorbing moisture. They're perfect for practicing the pincher grasp and self-feeding. They've been a go-to for 6+ months now
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