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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.

    http://bauly.com/Site/Home.html

    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!
              Andrew.

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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!
                  Andrew.