How does freeze-drying go?

Stage 1

Supply of raw material

Stage 2

Final freezing of raw material

Stage 3

Dosing of raw material

Stage 4


Stage 5


Stage 6

Control and packing of the product

What is freeze-drying?

Freeze-drying is a tested and considered most preserving process of drying that consists in the sublimation of water vapors from products with the omission of the liquid phase. The process is conducted in low temperatures in high vacuum conditions to eliminate the harmful impact of high temperatures on the structure and nutritious values of processed raw materials and the oxidizing effect of the air. In effect, products of extremely law content of water (approx. 2%) are obtained which guarantees their exceptional durability = microbiological stability.

Advantages of freeze-dried products:

  • Almost total preservation of organoleptic features (flavor, aroma, color, structure, shape) of raw materials,
  • No losses of nutrients contained in the input raw materials (e.g. vitamins),
  • Porous structure of products ensures their quick rehydration and/or solubility.

Application of our freeze-dried fruit and vegetables:

  • Breakfast muesli
  • Muesli bars
  • Instant soups
  • Fruit chips
  • Desserts (starch jellies, puddings, jellies)
  • Teas
  • Milk produce
  • Baby foods
  • Confectionery
  • Dietary supplements

Forms of freeze-dried fruit and vegetables in our offer:

  • Whole
  • Cubes
  • Slices
  • Grit
  • Powder

FRUPP - freeze-dried bar

Celiko produces the only freeze-dried bar in the world – FRUPP.

It’s a delicious, fruit snack – alternative for high-calorie sweets and salty snacks.

Our bar is available in few variables.

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