Just Tomatoes, Etc! Just Peaches - 1.5 oz. (42 g)
When you open a pouch of Just Peaches, the scent of summer comes wafting out! Just Peaches gives you an intense peachy taste when and where you want it! Enjoy Just Peaches as a snack right from the pouch. Just Peaches are easy to rehydrate for use in baked goods... just pour the pouch of Just Peaches into a container, add enough water to the container to cover, replace lid, let sit for about 20 minutes and then drain. Just Peaches are light and crunchy wonders. Try Just Peaches on ice cream, yogurt or cereal. Add Just Peaches to muffins, pancakes, sauces and more. Just Peaches taste just as good as fresh peaches. The contents of a 1.5 oz. pouch of Just Peaches are equivalent to approximately 3 fresh peaches.
Fun Food Facts
Did you know that apples are Mother Nature's toothbrushes? Pack an apple in your lunch and eat it last to clean your teeth!
The banana plant is not a tree, but is actually the world's largest herb plant.
Bunches of bananas are called 'hands.'
Bananas are the 4th largest fruit crop in the world.
Bananas are one of the most nutritious fruits you can eat — and one of the most convenient.
Blueberries contain anthocyanin which is good for your eyesight.
Blueberries are the second most popular berry in the U.S. Do you know what is the most popular berry?
Over 200 million pounds of blueberries are grown every year in North America. So... you better eat your share.
Blueberries are very popular. 1,500 new products containing blueberries were introduces in 2005.
Native American tribes of the Northwest harvested the blueberry since very early times. They called it a "star berry" because of the five-pointed blossom at the end of each berry.
Native American tribes of the Northwest used the leaves of the blueberry to make a tea that was good for the blood and the juice was used to relieve respiratory conditions.
Cranberries are not really always in water. Cranberry fields are flooded only to protect the berries from freezing if it gets very cold and to float them when they are ripe to make it easier to harvest.
Did you know an ear of corn averages 800 kernels and 16 rows.
Eating carrots is good for your vision.
The only vegetable that is never frozen, canned, dried, cooked, processed or sold in any way but fresh is... lettuce.
Add lemon juice to any juice to make it taste really fresh.
Sprinkle lemon or lime juice over fruit to make it taste even more yummy.
Ancient Egyptians thought onions kept evil spirits away. When they took an oath (made a promise), they placed their hand on an onion.
The expression 'you are a real peach' started from the tradition of giving a peach to a friend.