Bulk Canned Peaches & Fruit Cocktail
Bulk Canned Peaches – Bulk Fruit Cocktail – Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ): 1×20′ FCL (One 20 foot Full Container Load)
Available in Private Label.
24x241g EOE Stackable – 2,700 cartons per 20’GP
24x425g EOE Stackable – 1,800 cartons per 20’GP
12x820g EOE Stackable – 1,800 cartons per 20’GP
6×3,000g Normal lids – 1,008 cartons per 20’GP
Bulk Canned Peaches – Bulk Fruit Cocktail are good source of vitamins A, C and folate. Vitamin A keeps eyes and skin healthy and promotes immunity . Vitamin C plays a role in the growth and repair of all body tissues. Beyond that, it helps heal cuts and wounds, helps the body use iron, and keeps both teeth and gums healthy . Folate (folic acid) helps the body form red blood cells, essential for producing energy in body cells.
A new study published in the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture finds that bulk canned peaches (yes, from the grocery store canned aisle) are as loaded with nutrients as fresh peaches. And in some cases, they pack more of a nutritional punch.
Take for instance, vitamin C: Researchers found almost four times more of it in canned than fresh peaches. In addition, canned had comparable levels of vitamin E and a lot more folate than fresh.
What explains this? The reasons some of these nutrients are higher, says Christine Bruhn, a food scientist at the University of California, Davis, is that the «canning process opens the cell walls of the fruit’s flesh, and it makes nutrients such as vitamin A more readily available to our body.» She says it’s the same reason there tends to be higher levels of lycopene in tomato sauce compared with fresh tomatoes.
Now, it may be true that opening a tin can of fruit doesn’t come close to the experience of picking up a fresh peach from a farm stand.
But let’s be real. The peach season is short. And fresh fruit can be expensive, not to mention dry or tasteless when it’s not ripe.