Dry It Right

We offer a variety of drying processes to fit your specific needs. We can customize your drying process to ensure maximum efficiency and highest quality for your ingredients – always.

Explore four of our drying processes below:
  • Freeze Drying
  • Air Drying
  • Drum Drying
  • Spray Drying

Freeze Drying

The freeze dry process involves placing frozen raw ingredients in a refrigerated vacuum system to dehydrate without thawing. The freeze-dried product retains its shape, color, flavor and best of all its nutritional value.

Why Freeze Dry?
  • Keeps nutritional value
  • Preserves a robust fruit flavor
Common Applications
  • Grab & go snacks
  • Seasoning mixes
  • Cereals & granola
  • Soups
  • And more...

Air Drying

Air drying is a food preservation method in which the water in ingredients is removed through evaporation by bringing materials being dried into direct contact with cold or hot air. Air drying deters the growth of bacteria, yeast and mold and has been used for centuries.

Why Air Dry?
  • Excellent nutritional value
  • No refrigeration needed
  • Inhibits the growth of bacteria, yeasts, and mold
Common Applications
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Soups
  • Casseroles
  • Dips

Drum Drying

During the drum drying process, pureed raw materials are dried at a low temperature over high capacity drums. This produces sheets of dried product. The product is then milled to a flake or powder form. Drum drying is favorable because it is highly cost-effective and maintains much of the product’s original flavor, color and nutritional value.

Why Drum Dry?
  • Easy rehydration
  • Fresh flavor
  • Variety of oowder and flake sizes
  • Cost-effective, nutritious ingredient
Common Applications
  • Starches
  • Baby food
  • Pet food
  • Nutritional supplements
  • Breakfast cereals
  • Snack items
  • Instant products
  • And more...

Spray Drying

The spray drying method converts a liquid ingredient into a finished powder product using a fast drying vapor spray.

Why Spray Dry?
  • Cost Effective, reproducible and scalable process
  • Applicable to both heat-sensitive and heat-resistant materials
  • Different sizes and different capacities
Common Applications
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Eggs
  • Breakfast Cereal
  • Starch
  • Stevia
  • Milk Powder and Drink Mixes
  • Flavorings
  • And more...
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