You may already have heard about deep-freezing fruit and the IQF method, but today, we are going to explain a little more about what the IQF deep-freezing method consists of and why IQF frozen fruit such as papaya can be even better than fresh fruit.
If you are involved in food and beverage and are producing your own food or beverage items, it pays to know more about this method and whether it’s better for you to choose deep-frozen fruit or fresh fruit for your offerings. Here’s what you should know.
How Are Fruits Frozen?
The IQF method involves putting fruit individually on a conveyor belt and giving it a cold blow that freezes the fruit quickly and immediately, from the core out.
IQF fruits are collected in their optimal state of ripeness and deep-frozen afterwards so that the fruit preserves its shape. The IQF (Individual Quick Freezing) process allows you to preserve the properties and nutrients of the fruit without added preservatives or chemicals, as confirmed by notable fruit juice suppliers UK like E.E. & Brian Smith.
Thanks to the advantages offered by this quick freezing process, your customers can enjoy fruits and vegetables, and you can produce higher quality products that your customers will love.
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