Organic Pineapple Fruit Jerky (12 Strips)
Organic Pineapple Fruit Jerky (12 Strips)
Organic Pineapple Fruit Jerky (12 Strips)
Organic Pineapple Fruit Jerky (12 Strips)
Organic Pineapple Fruit Jerky (12 Strips)
Organic Pineapple Fruit Jerky (12 Strips)

Organic Pineapple Fruit Jerky (12 Strips)

Grocery IBS Low-FODMAP Snacks

$19.99

Foodguides Review

Fruits and dried fruit are an excellent low-calorie choice to satisfy your sweet cravings while receiving added benefits such as potassium.

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We SOLELY use whole and simple ingredients listed on the front of the package. SOLELY selects fresh, ripe fruit to produce our Organic Fruit Jerky. Our proprietary process helps to maintain the aroma and flavor of the fruit in every bite. SOLELY does not add preservatives or sulfites. We do not add sugar and our Organic Fruit Jerky is not made from fruit concentrates.

  • ONE INGREDIENT: Made with half an organic pineapple.
  • CLEAN FOOD PROMISE: We use the whole and simple ingredients listed on the front of our package. Never added sugar, preservatives or from concentrate.
  • HEALTHY SNACK: Our delicious organic fruit jerky is made from fruit picked at its peak, it's hand-selected, cut and then compressed using our specialized process to seal in maximum flavor.
  • CONVENIENT: Pack comes with 12 individually wrapped single servings - perfect for on-the-go snacking!
  • UNIQUE: Our products stand out from other fruit snacks and fruit leathers because we never use purees or concentrates.

Package Dimensions: 8.6 x 3.3 x 2.2 inches


Foodguides Review

Fruits and dried fruit are an excellent low-calorie choice to satisfy your sweet cravings while receiving added benefits such as potassium.

Friendly To:
Low-FODMAP
IBS
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