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Augason Farms Freeze Dried Whole Blueberries Only $18.38 (Shelf Stable for 30 Years)

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Hop on over to Amazon or Walmart.com and snag this Augason Farms Freeze Dried Whole Blueberries 12 oz Can for only $18.38 – lowest price!

This can has 26 servings and the blueberries can be rehydrated by mixing with warm water – they even have a shelf life up to 30 years! These are perfect for camping, food storage or everyday use!


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  1. Nubianqueen

    Really? Who keeps blueberries for 30 years?

    • Jen

      Assuming it’s part of an emergency preparation kit (that you won’t touch until a zombie apocalypse happens), it’s good to know that it’ll still be good for 30 years 😂

  2. ejbaptiste

    Yuck

  3. J

    We really like this brand!! Bought a few small items to test out to make sure they tasted at least okay, in hopes to use to create our emergency kit. Here in western wa we are due for a massive quake – these products actually taste great. We were very surprised and then purchased directly from their site to fulfill our 5 person, 4 week emergency kit. We are prepared!

    • Rockstar

      You should definitely prep (I live in hurricane alley) but I’m from Seattle and I swear they’ve been saying a big one is coming since the day I was born, nearly 4 decades ago 😂

  4. Shaunn

    Dried foods are great to use any time! Freeze dried fruits are in trail mix, cereals, snacks, smoothies & lots of other things.

    I have a can of Auguson Farms dried tomato powder. It’s a kitchen staple! Never have to worry about unused juice or paste going bad, or finding a place in the freezer for it. I keep my sealed can in the freezer, and it always makes great tasting juice, puree or paste.

    If you like dried fruit in the stuff I listed, you’ll probably find this a great bargain!

  5. TSavingMoney

    These sound similar to the freeze-dried foods under the brand “Just XXX,” such as “Just Blueberries” and “Just Tomatoes.” (I like “Just Blueberries!”) I looked this product up and found that after the can is open, the food has about a 1-year shelf life. That’s typical of freeze-dried foods. This is a great price for 13 pints of freeze-dried blueberries! “Just Blueberries” organic freeze-dried blueberries have 1 or 1.5 pints for about $6.

    Freeze-dried fruits are crunchy, full of flavor, and easy to incorporate into foods like pancakes and yogurt as well as eat plain as a nutritious snack. They are not chewy like raisins or prunes because raisins and prunes are dried )not freeze dried).

    I noticed this company has a full line of freeze-dried foods. Great for emergency preparedness in areas that are prone to natural disasters, for example hurricanes, or for long-term camping. I have friends that like to camp for a month every summer.

    IMO, the 30-year shelf life would be important to survivalists that are waiting for a major world destruction.

    • jac

      Just a clarification — looks like it’s 13 cups, 6.5 pints (26, 1/2-cup servings).

  6. Dkp91576

    My family in PR is currently living on a bunch of items similar to this. They don’t have electricity or running water so everything has to be stored outside of the fridge and freezer. I ship them a monthly package with “astronaut” type food. Imagine living somewhere with no power or water. Sometimes items like this, that appear gross, are necessary! Thanks H2S, adding this to my shipment.

  7. MommySpendsLess

    Normally I’d look past this but I love the Quaker Oats berry oatmeal that comes in the little cups. I love the taste, texture and convenience but not the price or amount of sugar. With something like this I could make my own. Thanks!

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