Despite of how many delicious meals were dined, at the end of the day, nobody denies enjoying
a snack or a short meal. The fact is, having fast food or junk food as snacks can be directly
involved in health risks such as obesity and blood cholesterol. In this circumstance, dehydrated
fruits have been introduced to the market as a healthy and appetizing snack.
Dehydrated fruits are produced by removing water from fresh fruits, whilst preserving its
original organoleptic properties and minimizing the quality deteriorations. Mango, Banana,
Papaya and Pineapple are typically used in food industry to manufacture dehydrated snacks. Sri
Lanka, located near equator, provides excellent climatic conditions for the growth of many
tropical fruit trees, offering the best possibility to produce fresh, perishable fruits.
We as a leading Sri Lankan agri produces exporter in Sri Lanka, have willingly come forward to
shoulder the responsibility of keeping our consumers healthy and satisfied by introducing a range
of dehydrated fruit snacks for snack lovers.
Compared to freshly picked mango, dehydrated mango has higher concentrations of calories and
carbohydrates. Single serving (40 grams) of dried mango contains 160 calories which comes
from carbohydrates. Additionally they are rich in Vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin A
Vitamin C, Iron and Sodium.
Freshly harvested mangoes coming from Sri Lankan Fruit
cultivations are used to produce our dehydrated mango and available as slices.
Peeled and sliced bananas are subjected to the dehydration process and crispy banana chips,
chunks or slices can be produced. Dehydrated bananas have no added sugar or preservatives.
They possess unique distinct banana taste and aroma making it a mouthwatering, delicious
Dehydrated banana contains a lot of energy as in 100 grams of it 340 Calories are present. High
amounts of Vitamin A and B are available enhancing its nutritional value while plentiful in
minerals as Potassium, Calcium and Phosphorus. High fiber content of fresh bananas is retained
throughout the process therefore it has digestive and hypoglycemic properties. Fresh, adequately
ripen bananas grown all around our island are used for manufacturing crispy and crunchy
dehydrated banana chips and chunks.