Canned fruit is increasingly popular nowadays. Not only is it very convenient, but it also can maintain a majority of fresh fruit’s properties. You can use it directly for eating, baking, processing dishes, etc. On top of that, it can be substituted for fresh fruits in equal measure, which is optimal when you only need a small amount for a recipe.
At Eco-fruits, we offer two choices of canned fruits which are favored by numerous customers all over the world.
– Pickle cucumber: The main ingredients include Gherkin 6-9 cm, sugar, acid acetic, salt, garlic, carrot, chili, and dill. Brix: 6-8 %, Salted: 1.8% -2.4%, Acid: 0.4-0.6% (can adjust flexibly according client requirement). This product pairs well with cured seafood, sandwiches, and cold cuts. They can be prepared quickly and stored in the refrigerator for up to a month. Besides, pickle cucumber also contains many health advantages. Firstly, the item also packs good bacteria called probiotics which is important for digestion and gut disease. Additionally, it contains a lot of beta-carotene, an antioxidant that your body converts to vitamin A. Carotene is a potent substance that has been demonstrated to help reduce your risk of disorders such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, respiratory diseases, and other illnesses.
– Pineapple in light syrup: The main ingredients include pineapple, sugar, and salt (can adjust flexibly according to client requirement). According to the USDA, canned pineapple is typically higher in calories and higher in sugar than fresh pineapples. It also contains numerous vital nutrients, such as vitamin A, C, calcium, iron, and potassium. Significantly, this product has a plethora of health benefits, including lessening the risk of heart attack, supporting bone strength, and boosting the immune system. Eating pineapples regularly also can help older people reduce macular degeneration (a disease that affects eye health as we age).
Currently, Vietnamese canned fruits are available in large quantities to many challenging markets like Russia, Germany, and the United States. With the stable supply, high quality, and reasonable export prices, canned fruit’s export in Vietnam promises to thrive rapidly in the future.