Brothers-ALL-Natural Asian Pear Crisps – Antioxidant-fruits.com Review

by admin on December 14, 2010

Brothers-ALL-Natural Asian Pear Crisps

Brothers-ALL-Natural Asian Pear Crisps

When I found the Brothers-ALL-Natural crisps on Amazon.com, I definitely wanted to give them a try.  So I contacted Brothers-ALL-Natural and asked if they would send me some.  They did – they sent me 8 varieties to try.  So I will be reviewing them in the coming weeks and months.  First up are their Asian Pear Crisps.

All of the Brothers-ALL-Natural crisps are 100% natural – in other words, they are 100% fruit and nothing else.  There are no preservatives, no added sugar, no colorings, and no flavor enhancers!

The great thing about a freeze-dried snack is that it is not baked (baking loses too much of the flavor of the fruit), it’s not fried (a lot of fat is added then), it’s not dehydrated (that adds preservatices) and not sweetened dried (which adds sugar).

Brothers-ALL-Natural Asian Pear Crisps with fruit

Brothers-ALL-Natural Asian Pear Crisps with fruit

Why I like

Brothers-ALL-Natural crisps:

  • A delicious, healthy, & convenient fruit snack
  • Each bag contains approximately 1½ asian pears!
  • The benefits of Asian pears!
  • No preservatives
  • No sugar added
  • one year shelf-life
  • Same nutrition as fresh fruit but more convenient on the go
  • Light and crispy
  • Ideal for the entire family
  • peanut/tree nut free
  • gluten free
  • soy free
  • dairy free
  • vegan
  • OU kosher certified

Here’s a video I captured of what the bag looks like and what the fruit is like:

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You can buy Brothers-ALL-Natural Asian Pear Crisps, 0.35-Ounce Bags (Pack of 24) on Amazon.com for $22.54 or you can buy Brothers-All-Natural Variety Pack which contains Fuji apples, Asian pears, and strawberry/banana bags for $22.54 – both are eligible for Amazon.com’s FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25.

Have you tried Brothers-ALL-Natural Asian Pear Crisps?  How did you like them?  If you haven’t tried them, do you think you will? 

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