Oregon Fruit Products Releases Pourable Fruit

Pourable Fruit is made by hand-selecting fresh fruit picked at the peak of ripeness from farms around Oregon and the U.S. It is manufactured using a cold process to maintain the vivid flavor and color of the fruit and lightly sweetened with cane sugar to enhance the fruits’ natural sugars. It contains no high fructose corn syrup and has less sugar per serving than fruit syrup or jam. Using Pourable Fruit couldn’t be easier: simply purchase it frozen, defrost it in the refrigerator, and use it within ten days. For ideas on how to use Pourable Fruit, please visit

“Pourable Fruit has been extremely successful in the food service market under the ‘Fruit in Hand’ label for the past ten years,” says Chris Sarles, CEO of Oregon Fruit Products. “We are thrilled to bring a similar product to the home market and see what delicious creations our customers come up with.”

Pourable Fruit is manufactured exclusively in the U.S. and contains nothing artificial. It is certified Kosher, gluten-free and is non-GMO. Pourable Fruit is available in 18 oz. bottles in freezer section at 142 Fred Meyer stores across Oregon, Washington and Alaska and retails for $7.99 MSRP.

Oregon Fruit Products LLC
Founded in 1935, Oregon Fruit Products offers a complete line of canned, frozen and shelf-stable premium fruit for consumers, food service operators and ingredient sales. The company is located in Salem, Oregon and can be found on the web at

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