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Are DCS products freeze-dried or low-heat dehydrated?

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Are DCS products freeze-dried or low-heat dehydrated?

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DCS only uses low-heat dehydrated products. Nutritionally they are equal. The reason DCS sticks to low-heat dehydrated products is because of the size difference. When a product is dehydrated it loses 75%-80% of its size, shape, and weight. When a product is freeze-dried, it loses the weight only but maintains the original bulk size and shape. For emergency food storage, volume size is an issue and low-heat dehydrated products are a great space saver while keeping a high nutritional value.

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