About This Item
Freeze-dried Vegetable Variety Bucket
Sealed Shelf Life
Opened Shelf Life
*Shelf life based on optimal storage conditions.
To reach the maximum shelf life, your Nutristore™ products should be stored in an environment with temperatures ranging between 55°-70° F. Ideal storing conditions are in a cool, dark, dry environment where the product will be protected from moisture, oxygen, and sunlight. Excellent storing locations are in (but not limited to) closets, under beds and in basements. All stated shelf life is based on proper storage of your Nutristore™ products.
Storing your Nutristore™ products in a location with extreme temperatures, high humidity or an area where oxygen, sunlight and/or moisture may contact your product, will decrease the shelf life. After opening a can to consume, you should continue to store the product in optimal conditions with the white plastic lid secured. Limit the amount of time you allow your Nutristore™ foods to be exposed to air and light, doing so will help maximize the opened can shelf life.
Protect Your Investment
Taking proper care of your food storage will help ensure you have great tasting, nutritious foods when a disaster or time of emergency strikes. Nutristore™ foods are designed for long-term storage. By following proper storage guidelines, you can have the assurance that your food storage will keep its delicious taste and high quality for many years to come.
Apples: Best as a snack. To rehydrate add 1 cup of apples (6–7 slices) to 2 cups of warm water. Let soak for 5–10 minutes until apples reach desired softness.
Blueberries: Soak 1 cup of Nutristore™ Blueberries in 1/3 to 1/2 cups of water until tender (7-10 minutes). Drain off extra water.
Peaches: Soak 1 cup Nutristore™ Peaches in 1 cup water until tender (3-5 minutes); drain off extra water.
Raspberries: Soak 1 cup Nutristore™ Raspberries in 4 cups hot water until tender (3-5 minutes); drain off extra water. Soak 3 minutes longer if using cold water.
Strawberries: Soak 1 cup Nutristore™ Strawberries in 3/4 cup water until tender (1-3 minutes); drain off extra water.