Great Oriental Food 
      - Canned Wild Bamboo 
        Shoot in Water
     - Canned Baby Corn in 
        Brine
     - Canned Pineapple in Light 
       Syrup
     - Canned Sweet Kernel Corn
     - Canned Cream Style Corn
     - Canned Bean Sprout in 
       Brine
     - Canned Mixed Vegetables 
      in Brine
     - Canned Lychee in Heavy
      Syrup
     - Canned Longan in Heavy 
       Syrup
     - Canned Rambutan in 
       Syrup
     - Canned Papaya in Light 
      Syrup
     - Canned Tropical Fruit 
      Cocktail
     - Canned Water Chestnut in 
       Water
     - Canned Dark Red Kidney 
       Beans in Brine
     - Canned Tomato in 
       Tomato Juice
     - Canned mango slice in 
       light syrup
     - Retort Pouch
     - Glass Jar Products
     - Dehydrated Fruits 
       Great Oriental Textile 














                                         
   

Dehydration is one of oldest methods of food preservation. Dehydration preserves the fruit by minimizing the water content at levels lower than regular dried fruit. Although food preservation is a primary objective of dehydration, dehydration of vegetables and fruits also lowers cost of packaging and transportation.

 






































   
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