Semi Candied Orange
It was very popular at court and became a symbol of wealth. This is why orangeries were built in palaces, as at Versailles. The orange was considered a luxury fruit until the mid-twentieth century. A popular children's Christmas gift, it would be eaten segment by segment. The orange is one of most consumed fruit in the world.
It is a frozen preparation, obtained by concentrated juices and preserving at moderate temperature of citrus fruit peel in order to maintain the original organoleptic qualities of fresh fruit and the fruit's consistency.
Square bucket with a handle and a closable lid in polypropylene (PP), 3kg contents.
- Easy to handle - Optimized waste control: the buckets may be recycled and stacked
Storage and Usage Instructions
- 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 closed packaging, for information during 6 days minimum at +35/+39°F or 36 hours minimum at +68/+71°F.
If needed you can also defrost the product in its original packaging in bain-marie.
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 for 15 days at +35/+39°F in its closed 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