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Ingredients: Strawberries, Cane Sugar, Water, Citric Acid, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Fruit and Vegetable Juice for Color

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We use all-natural ingredients. Nothing artificial is added. Ever. Just strawberries, cane sugar, water, citric acid, guar gum, xanthan gum, fruit and vegetable juice for color. All our products are made in our family-owned facility in Salem, Oregon. Oregon Pourable Fruit is made from all-natural, non-GMO ingredients, is certified Kosher, gluten free and suitable for vegetarians.

Suggested Uses- Thaw in your refrigerator, and then simply use. Convenient and always ready for dozens of daily uses, like yogurt, oatmeal, smoothies, waffles, pancakes, desserts, beverages and more. Diced, premium berries picked at the peak of ripeness, added to a sweetened sauce. Always with real ingredients—no preservatives or artificial flavor. Found in the frozen aisle.

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Growers' Information

One of the most popular fruits of today, the strawberry is basically a North American plant. Its popularity grew after the European settlers started strawberry trade with the native Americans. Oregon strawberries retain their sweet summer goodness in all their processed forms, which is why you can enjoy them all year long. Oregon strawberries, a sweeter, redder, simply better product from Oregon’s farms to you.
Oregon fruit sources local strawberries from the lush Willamette valley as well as other production regions.
Oregon has a long mild spring and early summer. We have lots of rain and often have cool nights and warm sunny days. These conditions are perfect for growing the sweetest strawberries. The berries stay on the vine and ripen slowly, allowing the sugars to increase before harvest.
Oregon Strawberries are available June – Early July.