|Product name:||Freeze Dried Honey Peach Powder|
|Color:||Pink Fine Powder|
|Particle Size:||100% pass 80 mesh|
|Loss on drying:||≤5.00%|
|Acid insoluble Ash:||≤5.0%|
|Heavy metals(as Pb):||≤10ppm|
|Total microbacterial count:||NMT10000cfu/g|
|Total Yeast & Mold:||NMT1000cfu/g|
1. What is Freeze Dried Honey Peach powder?
Freeze-dried peach powder is a freeze-dried peach powder that is
freshly used as raw material, freezes the water of the peach in a
vacuum and low temperature environment, and then sublimates the
water, and then forms a freeze-dried peach powder.
2. Selection of Raw Material:
We choose hand-picked honey peach as raw materials, the fruits are
large and full, and the taste is sweet. The meat is soft and juicy.
3. The Nutritional Value of Freeze-driedHoney Peach Powder:
The protein content of peach is twice that of apple and grape, 7
times higher than pear, iron is 3 times higher than apple, 5 times
higher than pear, rich in vitamins, and vitamin C content is the
4. Characteristics of Freeze-dried Honey Peach Powder:
* Natural Honey peach powder,no added flavors, pigments, sucrose,
* Keep the color, smell and taste of Honey Peach.
* keep the Honey peach’s nutrition maximum.
* The taste is sweet and mellow.
* Low moisture content and easy to store.
Packed With Nutrients and Antioxidants
Peaches are rich in many vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant
One medium-sized peach (5.4 ounces or 150 grams) provides
Protein: 1 gram
Fat: less than 1
Carbs: 14 grams
Fiber: 2 grams
Vitamin C: 17% of the Daily Value (DV)
Vitamin A: 10% of the DV
Potassium: 8% of the DV
Niacin: 6% of the DV
Vitamin E: 5% of the DV
Vitamin K: 5% of the DV
Copper: 5% of the DV
Manganese: 5% of the DV
Peaches also offer smaller amounts of magnesium, phosphorus, iron,
and some B vitamins.
In addition, they’re packed with antioxidants — beneficial plant
compounds that combat oxidative damage and help protect your body
against aging and disease. The fresher and riper the fruit, the
more antioxidants it contains.
In one study, juice from fresh peaches demonstrated antioxidant
actions in healthy men within 30 minutes of consumption.
Fresh and canned peaches seem to have similar amounts of vitamins
and minerals — as long as canned varieties are unpeeled.
However, fresh peaches have higher levels of antioxidants and
appear to be more effective at protecting against oxidative damage
than canned ones.
May Aid Digestion
Peaches may contribute to healthy digestion. One medium-sized fruit
provides about 2 grams of fiber — half of which is soluble fiber,
while the other half is insoluble. Insoluble fiber adds bulk to
your stool and helps move food through your gut, reducing the
likelihood of constipation.
On the other hand, soluble fiber provides food for beneficial
bacteria in your intestines. In turn, these bacteria produce
short-chain fatty acids — such as acetate, propionate, and butyrate
— which feed the cells of your gut.
Short-chain fatty acids in your gut may also help reduce
inflammation and improve symptoms of digestive disorders like
Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and ulcerative
Peach flowers are another part of the fruit that may benefit
digestion. They’re commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine to
treat digestive disorders.
Animal research shows that compounds found in the flowers may
effectively increase the strength and frequency of gut
contractions, which helps maintain the proper rhythm to push food
While studies often use peach flower extract, an herbal tea made
from the flowers is commonly consumed in Korea.
May Improve Heart Health
Regularly eating fruit — including peaches — may promote heart
health.Peaches may lower risk factors for heart disease, such as
high blood pressure and cholesterol levels. What’s more, test-tube
studies show that peaches may bind to bile acids — compounds
produced by your liver from cholesterol. The bound bile acids —
together with the cholesterol they contain — are eventually
excreted through your feces, which may help lower blood cholesterol
Additional test-tube and animal studies found that peaches may
reduce total and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels, as well as blood
pressure and triglyceride levels. Research in obese rats further
reported that peach juice may lower levels of the hormone
angiotensin II that raises blood pressure. While these effects seem
promising, more studies are needed to confirm them in humans.
May Protect Your Skin
Peaches may have protective effects that help keep your skin
healthy. Test-tube studies indicate that compounds found in peaches
may improve your skin’s ability to retain moisture — thus improving
skin texture. What’s more, both test-tube and animal studies show
that extracts made from peach flowers or flesh applied directly to
the skin may help prevent UV damage.
Peach flower extracts were also found to delay the development of
skin tumors in mice.
However, more research in humans is needed before conclusions can
May Prevent Certain Types of Cancer
Like most fruits, peaches provide beneficial plant compounds that
may offer some protection against various cancers. Specifically,
peach skin and flesh are rich in carotenoids and caffeic acid — two
types of antioxidants found to have anticancer properties.
Test-tube and animal research has also shown that compounds in
peach seeds may limit the growth of non-cancerous skin tumors and
prevent them from turning into cancerous ones. Not to mention,
peaches are full of polyphenols — a category of antioxidants shown
to reduce the growth and limit the spreading of cancer cells in
Peach polyphenols may have the ability to kill cancerous cells as
well, without causing any damage to healthy ones. In one animal
study, these polyphenols were particularly effective at preventing
a specific type of breast cancer from growing and spreading.
Researchers reported that a person would need to eat about two to
three peaches a day to consume an amount of polyphenols equivalent
to that used in the study.
In another study, postmenopausal women who consumed at least 2
peaches or nectarines each day had a 41% lower risk of breast
cancer over 24 years.
May Reduce Allergy Symptoms
Peaches may reduce allergy symptoms. When your body is exposed to
an allergen, it releases histamines, or chemicals made by your
immune system to help rid your body of the allergen. Histamines are
part of your body’s defense system and trigger allergy symptoms
like sneezing, itching, or coughing.
Research shows that peaches may help reduce allergy symptoms by
preventing the release of histamines in the blood. Moreover,
test-tube studies report that peach extracts may be effective as
well and limit the inflammation commonly seen in allergic
May boost immunity: Peaches are rich in immune-boosting nutrients and antioxidants.
Test-tube studies report that they may also fight certain types of
May protect against certain toxins: In one study, peach extracts given to smokers increased the
removal of nicotine through the urine.
May reduce blood sugar levels: Studies show that compounds found in peaches may help prevent high
blood sugar levels and insulin resistance in obese rats.
* Solid beverages:
Freeze Dried Honey Peach powder Honey peach powder can be used to
formulate a variety of solid beverage products. Such as coffee
series, milk tea series, plant drink powder, meal replacement
powder, breakfast powder.
* Frozen foods:
Freeze Dried Honey Peach powder Honey peach powder be used to blend
all kinds of frozen food ingredients, such as ice cream, ice cream,
slush, popsicles, popsicles, etc.
* Pastry food