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ISO : Freeze-Dried Strawberries

Hi everyone. Just wanted to know if there are any reliable sources of freeze dried strawberries in the GTA. I went to my nearest Bulk Barn and they said that they discontinued it. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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  1. Try Bauly Foods. We use them for our camping food. They are very friendly and easy to deal with.


    1. Tavazo in Thornhill prolly has the best ones. And the raspberries are even better.

      1. I've seen snack-size packs of them at various health food stores, such as Qi at Bathurst and Bloor.

        1. They have freeze dried fruit/vegetables at T&T as well, not sure if they have strawberry though.

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          1. re: h3llbringer

            Are you sure about T&T? I don't recalled seeing any freeze dried anything there. Dried yes but not freeze dried. It's not exactly a part of asian culture to use freeze dried ingredients.

          2. The Bulk Barn on Laird has a freeze-dried fruit mix that includes strawberries, not I haven't seen just strawberries.

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            1. re: janel

              I have seen sole freeze dried strawberries at other locations.

            2. I am a consultant for Thrive foods out of Salt Lake City. You can find freeze-dried strawberries on my Consultant Web site at https://fliedersfoods.canada.thriveli...
              Those are the the whole ones, but if you are looking for sliced freeze-fried strawberries, they can be found at: https://fliedersfoods.canada.thriveli...

              Have a great day!

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              1. re: AFlieder

                What is the difference between a consultant and a re-seller of these products?

                1. re: foodyDudey

                  Being a consultant, I am not required to purchase tons of food, and then resell the food to you. I give advice on the foods, and then you order directly from the company, and then they drop-ship straight to you from the warehouse. This saves a lot in shipping.
                  Other companies (scentcy,Tupperware, etc) make you buy a lot of products, and then make you resell the products you have in your inventory. Thrive doesn't follow that business model.
                  I hope this makes sense, and answers your question.
                  Have a wonderful day!