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Funky Monkey Pineapple with Lime Freeze-Dried Fruit

Funky Monkey Snacks JiveALime, Pineapple with Lime, Freeze-Dried Fruit, 1-Ounce Bags (Pack of 12)

  • Pack of twelve, 1 ounce each (total of 12 ounces)
  • All-natural, freeze-dried fruit that crunches
  • 100 percent real fruit and fat free
  • No sugar added and gluten free
  • No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a natural snack that had the great taste and health benefits of fresh fruit, but the crunch and portability of everyday snacks? Now there is! Discover Funky Monkey Snacks – Fruit That Crunches! Funky Monkey freeze-dries slices and pieces of real fruits using a proprietary process to lock in the taste, smell, and nutrients of freshly-picked fruit while adding a fun and satisfying crunch. And every bag of Funky Monkey contains 3 servings of fruit! With nothing added – no added colors, flavors, preservatives, or sugars, Funky Monkey is 100% natural and 100% delicious, as well as gluten-free and certified Kosher. Discover Funky Monkey Snacks – tasty, crunchy, and convenient all-natural snacks with the wholesome goodness of fresh fruit.

List Price: $ 28.56

Price: $ 21.97

4 Comments/Reviews

  • luisa caballero says:

    I just moved into a house that has lovely peach, plum, and pear trees planted on the lot. There is no doubt from my initial examination that the fruits have become crabby and aren’t any good for eating this season. They are on the small side and likely to be sour.

    What can I start doing now to rehabilitate these trees so that the fruit will eventually (next season, or multiple seasons from now if needed) return to being large and good enough to eat? Is there special fertilizer for fruit trees that is generally available? Any other tricks to know?

    Any idea how long (how many seasons) rehabilitating a “wild” fruit tree might take?

    Thanks!

  • 420friendsonline says:

    I have 12 guppies,4 males,8 females.They’re in a 2.5 gallon.No heater or filter.Fead tetra min plus for tropical fish food,frozen brineshrimp,and freezedried bloodworms.They just seem to continue to die.Help!please and thank you

  • gN3ttZ says:

    Received a fruit bowl as a present to be a center piece on my table. It comes with some fake fruit which looks terrible. What kind of fruit/vegetables would be acceptable as a centerpiece and would last a while if sitting out? Probably not bananas – they would go bad within days. Onions? Pomegranates?

  • Roslyn Pasley says:

    so i want an emergency bad that holds my families most important valuable stuff and personal items and items to help us incase of an emergency. I dont know what type of bag and size to use and what should i put in it. I want it to hold everything we could use incase of any disaster such as flooding, earthquake, no electricity, and etc.

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