Frozen Pineapple Puree
1 kg Tray

Frozen Pineapple Puree

The word'' ananas'' (French for pineapple" comes from "nana" which means "fragrant" in the language of the Guarani Indians of the Amazon rainforest. Originally from Brazil, pineapple has been grown since the dawn of time in South America and the Caribbean. Until the nineteenth century, it was the exotic fruit most frequently grown in European greenhouses and a popular dish in high society.

Product obtained with the edible parts of one or several types of fruits or vegetables, then sieved or finely chopped, without any notable concentration, with or without added sugar(s).

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Product Description

Tray with a closable lid and a peel-off safety film in polypropylene (PP), 1kg contents, 6 trays per case.

- Convenient and economical use: possibility of easy unmoulding, portioning, pouring
- Reduced volume: it takes minimum space in the freezer or refrigerator

Storage and Usage Instructions

Storage Conditions

Before Unfreeze
-18°C (0°F)
After Unfreeze
+2°C/+4°C (+35°F/+39°F )

Unfreeze and Usage

In order to maintain all the sensory qualities of our product, Les Vergers Boiron recommend you to defrost the product in its original packaging at a temperature between 35°Fand 39°F, 24 hours minimum.

If needed you can also defrost the product in its original packaging in bain-marie or at a mild temperature in a micro-wave oven.

In order to obtain a perfectly homogenous product, Vergers Boiron recommend you, to defrost the whole product and mix it.

After defrosting, the product can be stored according to the recommendations of the technical file at +35/+39°F (+2 / +4°C) in its unopened packaging.

Defrosting and storage after defrosting are the user’s responsibility and must be done in accordance with good hygiene and HACCP practices. DO NOT REFREEZE A DEFROSTED PRODUCT

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