Wise Company assorted freeze dried fruits are a dream come true. Each
individual packet of fruit has been designed to mix and match (as
desired) with long-term yogurt, pudding, and caramel sauces to boost the
overall taste, calorie, and nutritional content. With up to a 20 year
shelf life, this package is a Wise recipe for any type of emergency, not
to mention great for everyday use.
Servings included in this package
- Bananas (16 Servings)
- Peaches (16 Servings)
- Strawberries (16 Servings)
- Apples (24 Servings)
- Creamy Yogurt Style Dessert (16 Servings)
- Caramel Sauce (16 Servings)
- Vanilla Pudding (16 Servings)
Wise Company pre-made meals are packed in airtight NITROGEN FLUSHED
pouches. These pouches are then sealed in durable, easy to stack plastic
containers. This unique packaging process removes oxygen, ensuring
great taste and a long shelf life. “Wise” ready-made foods carry a
shelf-life of up to 25 years. That’s 25 years without the stress of
wondering if you and your family will have good, useable food when you
most need it.
The outdoor meals have a 7 year shelf-life. Hence, they can be
purchased well in advance of when they are going to be used for camping,
backpacking, hunting or every day use. Wise Company freeze dried fruit
packs have up to a 20 year shelf life, freeze Dried Meats contain up to
a 15 year shelf life and freeze dried vegetable packs encompass up to a
25 year shelf life.
Wise Company gourmet foods are best stored in dry, cool places.
Optimal storage locations are basements that are dry and cool, having
temperatures around 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Hot, humid locations
should be avoided.
Shelf life estimates are based on industry studies from sources
deemed reputable. Wise Company has no control over individual storage
practices and therefore disclaims liability and warranty. Both time and
heat degrade nutrition, color and texture of all foods. Our products are
far more durable than most because of our unique freeze dried,
dehydration processes. The shelf-life stated on Wise Company products
are based on a “will sustain life” when kept cool and dry. This means
that although time and heat may degrade the nutrition, color, taste and
texture of all foods, our products will still be safe to eat and sustain
life through the stated shelf life.
Long term food storage typically requires rotation every few years,
but not when you make a “Wise choice.” Wise Company meals can save you
thousands of dollars. With Wise, because of its great shelf life, you
will throw away less expired food and make fewer new purchases. This
will also help you avoid rising food costs due to inflation.
Wise Company takes a unique and innovative approach to food
production for camping and long-term emergency preparedness. Our
ready-made entrées, meats, vegetables and fruits may be freeze-dried or
The key is the type of food. Some foods are better when freeze dried
and others better when dehydrated. Through extensive evaluation,
research and testing, we utilize freeze dry or dehydrate products based
on what best ensures optimal taste, texture and nutritional value.
Expensive ingredients such as fruits and vegetables taste better when
freeze dried. Other ingredients like noodles and rice actually taste
better when dehydrated. However, both processes promote an extremely
long shelf life.
Freeze-Dry and Dehydration Advantages:
- The food maintains its original flavor, shape, color, and texture
- It better retains its nutritional value
- The food is condensed, taking up less space
- With all of its water extracted it is extremely light weight
- When water is added, the food completely reconstitutes itself
- Wise Company customers enjoy greater peace of mind because
of the food’s long shelf life and great taste
The Freeze-Dry Process
When being freeze dried, a product is first flash frozen and then
placed in a vacuum drying chamber. This process removes the majority of
the water and moistening without affecting taste, color, form or
The Dehydration Process
When being dehydrated, food is moved through a drying chamber where
air removes the moisture from the food. This occurs at low temperatures
so that the nutritional profile stays intact.