It’s All about Dehydrated Fruit

On our blog, the ANHYDRA team shares its passion for natural fruit dehydration and its many uses. ANHYDRA specializes in the natural dehydration of a wide variety of organic and conventional fruits.
Decorating your cocktails with dehydrated fruits

Decorating your cocktails with dehydrated fruits

The art of impressing your clients How to use dehydrated fruits to create a cocktail decoration that will get noticed For a lot of people, cocktail decoration means little paper parasol. It’s true that these were used for a very long time by barmen and barmaids to decorate the cocktails concocted for their clients.

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ANHYDRA celebrates its 10th anniversary

ANHYDRA celebrates its 10th anniversary

We thank you 10 years is something to celebrate! 10 years ago, ANHYDRA took its first steps. A decade later, we are 2 entrepreneurs still as passionate as ever about fruit dehydration! The road hasn’t always been easy, but it has allowed us to learn and surpass ourselves.

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In recognition of microbrewery beers’ uniqueness

In recognition of microbrewery beers’ uniqueness

The ʺSemaine des bières de micro du Québecʺ was held by the ʺAssociation des microbrasseries du Québecʺ from April 1 to 10, 2022. It highlighted the beautiful diversity of beers brewed in Quebec and the know-how of our master brewers.

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Farinex distributes our dehydrated fruits!

Farinex distributes our dehydrated fruits!

Every creator of outstanding comestible products will tell you: the secret lies in the quality of the ingredients and, with these, you can make miracles! The production of high quality dehydrated fruits is, and always has been, one of ANHYDRA’s absolute priorities.

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Dehydrated fruit powders

Dehydrated fruit powders

A pure delight and 100 % natural Festive, concentrated and colourful, our dehydrated fruit powders are there to please! Like all of our dehydrated fruits, our fruit powders result from the totally natural dehydration of picked ripe fruits. Before being ground, the fruits are slowly dehydrated with a hot air circulation process that delicately removes the water from them.

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