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Dole Resealable Fridge Packs.

By Mariealicerayner @MarieRynr
Dole Resealable Fridge Packs. 
When I was a child, with the exception of bananas, oranges and apples, and berries during berry season, most of the fruit we ate came in tins. We did not mind and I still do not mind.  I like tinned fruit. I was really excited recently to discover these new fridge packs from the people at Dole! 
Dole Resealable Fridge Packs. 
Available in resealable fridge packs these are easy to store and there is no hunting for the tin opener or a plastic container to pop the leftovers into. You just tear off the top, spoon out what you want and then a handy zip lock top allows for resealing and popping into the refrigerator.  They also take up a lot less room in the cupboard.  I think they are fabulous.  I've been buying them for a few months now and I really like them!
Dole Resealable Fridge Packs.
Its the same delicious fruit we have always enjoyed, but it just got easier.  Easier works for me!  Hey, when you were a child did you all try to have one of the few cherries in the tin?  We did! There never seemed to be enough to go around!  That wouldn't have been a problem with this pack I opened today.  There was plenty of cherries in it.  Oh I do love me some mixed fruit with cherry in juice.  Yum!
Simply fruit in juice, is available in Slices Peaches, Mixed Fruit with Cherry, Prunes, and Pineapple Chunks.  Deliciously ripe and convenient!
They have also recently come out with resealable frozen fruit packs are available as raspberries, Tropical Gold Pineapple Chunks, Blueberries, Sliced Strawberries, Triple Berry and Tropical Mix.
These new products take the peeling, chopping and general mess out of the smoothie-making, home-baking, breakfast-prepping or just general snacking occasions. They're great!
Note - I was sent a few packs to use, but in all truth I was already using them and like them.  I was not required to write a positive review.  Any and all opinions are entirely my own.

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