Meals from Trek’n Eat are created withquality freeze-dried ingredients, and thus maintain most of the food‘s natural vitamins and minerals. Few flavour enhancers and flavourings are used in creating Trek’n Eat foods; this also makes the pot easier to clean. Trek’n Eat foods have a higher calorie count and are packaged in waterproof, expedition-ready containers.
Freeze-drying is a technical drying process which takes advantage of water‘s unique physical characteristics. In a vacuum chamber, frozen water transforms directly from a solid state into gas (sublimitation). Freeze-dried meals are made by instantly freezing foods and then drying it in a vacuum chamber. In this manner, the water within the food does not melt; but is removed as steam. All that is required to restore the food is hot water. The light weight, simple preparation and fuel savings have caused mountain climbers, expeditions and trekkers to embrace freezedried foods – which are quickly becoming a part of all outdoor activities. Freeze-dried foods are used around theworld by expeditions, sailing voyages and outdoor activities.
Nutrition values/ 100g
- Allergens: with gluten, lactose, milk, celery, soy
- Doas not contain preservatives or colouring agents
Carbonhydrate: 38 g
Fat: 21 g
Protein: 20 g
Contains gluten and lactose
24% potatoes, 24% roasted onions (76% onions, vegetable fat, wheat flour, table salt), 20% textured soy protein product (with colouring roasted malt extract), vegetable fat, table salt, lactose, modified starch, maltodextrin, yeast extract, milk protein, carrots, sweetcorn, thickening agent: guar flour; flavours (with wheat, celery), spices, colouring agent: sulphite ammonia caramel; acidifying agent: citric acid; yeast powder, sugar, soy sauce (soya beans, wheat, table salt), caramel.