FruitFast Process and US Fruits Are Best ChoiceMay 26, 2010 | Posted by admin
With the weather warming in Northern Michigan and the prospect of a busy growing season ahead, I’m again reminded of the importance of using U.S.A. grown fruit in all our FruitFast product lines.
There’s an old saying: “Junk in, junk out.” And that holds true in a lot of life’s endeavors, but never more so than in the production of our family of nutraceuticals.
We use only the best and only American grown fruits. And what we can’t access in this region, we purchase from our country’s finest and most reputable fruit growers.
Regular customers and readers of our website and blog know by now that using the whole fruit in our proprietary manufacturing process is key to capturing the fruit’s goodness. This includes the pulp and skin that’s processed in a chemical-free exchange with no added sugars, preservatives or fillers. High temperatures are the bane of conventional fruit manufacturing, destroying important phytonutrients. FruitFast’s way leaves valuable compounds intact, while not turning the fruit into a less potent powder.
It is this process that gives the company a product line unmatched in the world market. In short, our research has found that you don’t argue with Mother Nature. Treating fruit naturally is the best way to leverage and benefit from its inherent properties.
Preserving these healthful benefits of whole fruit has led to the development of our growing family of fruit supplements we’re so proud of, including fruits like Michigan’s Montmorency red tart cherries, wild blueberries from Maine, red raspberries from Oregon and Wonderful pomegranates from the San Joaquin Valley in California. With our America-grown superfruits and our specializes process that preserves their all-natural goodness, we can easily claim that FruitFast offers America’s best fruit juices and fruit supplement products.
Ongoing research, development and testing will assure this standard of product quality while assuring access year round to the goodness of whole fruit — grown in the U.S.A, of course.(0) Comments | Post a Comment