Green asparagus, beetroot slices & dices, mushroom, sweet corn, mixed vegetables, jalapeno, green peas, red kidney beans, baked beans, white beans, black beans, chick peas, etc.
As a team, our mission is to manufacture and sell a diversified portfolio of premium foods that meet the various demands, tastes and lifestyles of our customers while fostering sustainable growth that increases value for all parties involved. Acroyali strives for excellence and achieves these goals through having a company culture that emphasises utilising only the best ingredients, providing prompt and professional customer service, treating employees with respect and dignity and putting corporate responsibility at the heart of our business.
All of our actions are guided by the following deeply ingrained principles, which serve as our cultural cornerstones. They are inherent and sacrosanct, and can never be compromised, either for convenience or short-term economic gain. They are the source of our distinctiveness and must be maintained at all costs.
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Why canned foods?
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Did you know canned fruits and vegetables are typically canned within hours of picking? This process locks in all of those beneficial vitamins and minerals like calcium, vitamin D, and vitamin C.
For this reason, canned fruits and vegetables have the same or higher amounts of nutrients as fresh or frozen produce.
In the case of canned tomatoes, they actually have a higher amount of lycopene and beta-carotene than fresh! This is due to the heating process of canning which increases the levels of these anti-inflammatory nutrients. In fact, 1 cup of canned tomatoes has 6641 mcg of lycopene compared to 4630 mcg in 1 cup of fresh tomatoes. Pretty cool, right?
Canned foods typically last in the pantry anywhere from 1 to 5 years after processing! This is a much longer window than the typical 3-7 days for fresh produce. This long shelf-life can help reduce food waste which is so important for the sustainability of our planet. Plus, it means you’ll always have fruits and vegetables on hand.
Canned foods also use less energy on its journey from field to can. Plus, they don’t require additional refrigeration with transportation or storage.
Finally, don’t forget that canned foods are recyclable. This helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions which are created from landfills. Simply rinse out the can before adding to your recycling bin. These cans are made of metal which can be recycled forever without loss of quality!
in a Nutshell: the Benefits of Canned Foods
Studies have shown those who regularly eat canned foods have overall healthier eating habits. We also know eating more fruits and vegetables helps lower the risk for certain diseases like heart disease, high blood pressure, and cancer. We always recommend choosing options like no salt added canned vegetables and fruit canned in it’s own juice rather than syrup. This allows you to slash the excess sodium and added sugars.