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How should fruit leathers be stored?

Separate leather from plastic wrap it was dried on. Remove it from tray and cool. Place on clean plastic wrap and roll up so plastic separates layers of leather. Dried fruit leathers can be stored for years in the freezer, for months in the refrigerator, and for up to a year at room temperature (60 degrees F or less).                 



Barbara Willenberg, Nutritional Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia




Last update: Tuesday, May 05, 2009



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