Frozen Nectarines Specifications :
|Place of Origin||China|
Frozen Nectarines Detail Introduction :
Frozen Peach is an edible juicy fruit and yellow in color with a flush of pink and round in shape. Frozen Peach, provided by us, is firm and available without any black spots or soft patches. These are hygienic, without any preservatives and artificial colors.
The perfect peaches are selected as Signature Sliced Peaches for desserts
A large number of peaches head to the blast freezer to be individually quick frozen (IQF) for peach products, blends, yogurts, etc.
Softer peaches are sliced and designated for ice cream manufacturers
The overripe fruit is sent to the purée line, where Vitamin C and sugar are added
Pack sizes: Polybag Gusseted, Case, Barrier, Pouch, Pail, Tub & Drum
Styles: Available in Halves, Sliced, Diced, Specialty Cuts,
Bits & Pieces and Purée
Product Name: frozen nectarines
Specification: Slice 5-7mm, Dice 5*5mm, 10*10mm
Color: keep the original color of Yellow Peach
Aroma Pure, delicate fragrance, with the inherent taste of Yellow Peach
Impurities: No visible external impurities
Sulfur dioxide ≤0.1g/kg
Salmonella:Negative in 25g
Packing:Inner: Double layer PE bag, hot sealing closely
Outer: carton, not nailing
Shelf life:24 Months
Storage: Stored in closed spaces, keep cool and dry
Can fresh nectarines be frozen?
Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, and other Stone Fruit: Remove the pits and cut them into slices or chunks. ... This allows the fruits to freeze individually, making them easier to store and, eventually, use. Freeze until the fruits are solid: Clear some space in your freezer and slide the tray of fruit inside.
Can you eat frozen nectarine?
Frozen nectarines are perfect for smoothies directly from the freezer and work great in baked or cooked recipes. However, a frozen nectarine's texture is different from fresh, once thawed. For this reason, they won't do as well in fresh applications, such as a salad.
How long do frozen nectarines last?
How long do nectarines last in the freezer? Properly stored, they will maintain the best quality for about 10 to 12 months but will remain safe beyond that time. The freezer time shown is for best quality only - nectarines that have been kept constantly frozen at 0°F will keep safe indefinitely.