Dried banana chips are a great addition to trail mix, and an excellent snack on their own. These are certified organic, crunchy, and delicious!
An excellent source of energy producing carbohydrates, and contain potassium, manganese, vitamin B6 and fiber.
Here are some of the nutritional highlights of our dried banana chips:
- Source of fibre
- Excellent source of vitamin B6
- Contain good levels of potassium
- Good source of manganese
- Good source of potassium
Fresh banana contains good amounts of vitamin C, however, the drying process reduces vitamin C content substantially.
- Cardiovascular protection (fiber and potassium)
- Aids muscle and nerve function (potassium)
- Aid digestion and elimination (soluble fiber pectin)
- Beneficial to bones by aiding calcium absorption (prebiotic fructooligosaccharide)
- Is involved with more than 100 enzymatic reactions (vitamin B6)
Banana is probably most well known as a potassium powerhouse. Potassium is crucial, as it allows our muscles to move, our nerves to fire, and our kidneys to filter blood. It also contains excellent levels of vitamin B6, which plays many important roles in the body, including aiding more than 100 enzymatic reactions!
Interesting Facts About Banana
- There are over 1000 types of banana plants in the world
- Bananas are the fourth most popular agricultural product, and over 100 billion are consumed each year.
- Bananas are the most commonly consumed fruit by Canadians and Americans
- Hawaii is the only place in North America where bananas are grown commercially
- The average Canadian eats nearly 30 pounds of banana each year!
- Bananas are actually a giant herb
Storage Tips for Maximum Shelf Life
Store in an air-tight container in a dark dry place for 6-12 months. Refrigerate or freeze to extend shelf life up to 24 months.
How to Enjoy
Dried banana chips can be eaten on their own, or added to custom trail mixes, cereal, oatmeal, or yogurt.
Dried Banana Chips
|Ingredients||Organic bananas, organic coconut oil, organic cane sugar|
|Allergens||Packaged in the same facility as milk, peanuts, tree nuts.|
|Country of Origin||Philippines|