Freeze Dry Company in based in central Minnesota.
Pioneering the Freeze Dry Industry since 1978. Freeze Dry Company - Equipment, Opportunities, Training, PO Box 570 Nisswa Minnesota 56468 - 1-800-851-2110
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Model 2400
Floral Industry
 
Model 2000 - BenchtopAfter years of research and development, Freeze Dry Company introduced the amazing concept of freeze-drying flowers in 1981.  Producing a dried flower  with the beautiful color and shape of fresh flowers has been a phenomenon that has taken the industry by storm.  Endless creative and business applications for the freeze drying process have been discovered by floral entrepreneurs world-wide, making freeze-dry the hottest business opportunity in the floral and crafts industry.  Statistics indicate the freeze dry floral industry is growing at an impressive rate.  Industry professionals believe that the potential of the floral freeze dried industry is just getting started.  Wedding flowers, valentine bouquets, or any special event flowers can be freeze dried for a lifetime of beauty.

Conservative Estimated Revenue Analysis on Floral Freeze Drying Basis of Examples - (26 cycles a year - 14 days per cycle)

Estimated Revenue Analysis on Floral Freeze Drying
Model 2000 - Benchtop Model 2400 Model 3600 Model 3800
Approximate Cycle Time 10-14 days 10-14 days 10-14 days 10-14 days
Number of Cycles / Year 26-30 26-30 26-30 26-30
Approximate Flowers / Loaded 400  1,000 2,500 3,900
Approximate Flowers / Year 10,400 26,000 65,000 75,400

Retail Information

Average Price / Flower $3.25 $3.25 $3.25 $3.25
Average Cost / Flower $0.60 $0.60 $0.60 $0.60
Margin / Flower $2.65 $2.65 $2.65 $2.65

Net Revenue:

$27,560 $68,900 $172,250 $199,810

Wholesale Information
Average Price / Flower $1.60 $1.60 $1.60 $1.60
Average Cost / Flower $0.60 $0.60 $0.60 $0.60
Margin / Flower $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00

Net Revenue Wholesale:

$10,400 $26,000 $65,000 $75,400

The above information is for example purposes.  This analysis should be used as a guide only.  
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Food & Nutrition
Retention of nutrients through the freeze-drying. The food preservation process is used for drying and preserving a number of food products, including meats, vegetables and fruits. Foods that have been freeze dried retain the taste, texture, shape and look of fresh frozen foods. Freeze-dried products will maintain nutrients, color, flavor, texture and aroma of fresh frozen foods. While providing the shelf-stable convenience of canned and dehydrated foods.

Recognizing the retention of nutrients achieved through freeze drying, the Freeze Dry Company offers equipment suited for foods and botanicals at a low cost. We offer various sizes of Freeze Dry Equipment to accommodate all applications and needs.
Elk
Elk Industry
Freeze Drying Elk Velvet Antler Freeze drying Elk Velvet Antler is being recognized internationally as the superior method of processing velvet in retaining nutrients and medicinal value.  Elk Velvet Antlers traditionally have been used in Oriental medicine as a restorative and a tonic to promote good health, vitality and growth.  Modern science has recognized Elk velvet antler as one of nature's safest and most effective supplements available.  By Freeze drying the Elk Velvet Antler you have:
  • A quality product one can stand behind.
  • A rapid product creating cash flow.
  • Low labor and maintenance that translates into high return for your investment.
  • Quality service and support that continues long after purchase.
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Taxidemy Industry
Freeze Dry Co. - Meeting your taxidermy needsTaxidermy is a general term describing the many methods of reproducing a life-like, three-dimensional representation of an animal for permanent display. The word "taxidermy" is derived from two Greek words; taxis; meaning movement; and derma; meaning skin. Therefore taxidermy means the movement of skin. Many taxidermy procedures involve removing the natural skin from the specimen, replacing this skin over an artificial body, and adjusting the skin until it appears lifelike. The modern practice of taxidermy incorporates many crafts, such as carpentry, woodworking, tanning, molding and casting; but it also requires artistic talent, including the art of sculpture, painting and drawing. Contact us today and we can assist you with your taxidermy needs.

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Freeze Dry Company Inc.
P.O. Box 570 Nisswa, Minnesota 56468
Phone 218-963-2100    Toll Free 800-851-2110    Fax 218-963-0761

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