Canned Mushroom is the fresh mushroom store in tin.
Canned mushrooms refers to the product prepared from the sound, succulent, fresh mushroom by proper trimming, washing, and sorting and is packed with the addition of water in hermetically sealed containers and sufficiently processed by heat to assure preservation of the product. Salt, or monosodium glutamate, or both may be added in a quantity sufficient to season the product. Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) may also be added to improve the shelf life.
|Part||Whole or slice|
|Processing||High Temperature Sterilization|
|Certification||IFS, KOSHER, ISO, HACCP, BRC, HACCP, ISO, HALLA|
2500gx6tins/ctn, 118000ctns/20'FCL or customized
|Shelf Life||36 months|
Select only brightly colored, small to medium-size domestic mushrooms with short stems, tight veils (unopened caps), and no discoloration.
Raw Materials: Fresh materials and Organic food workable
Type of Products: High Temperature Sterilization
Ingredient: Mushrooms with water and brine
Storage: Keep in dry and cold place and shield
Temperature: In normal Temperature
Shelf life: 3 years from the production date
Convenience – preparing a last minute meal is easy when the recipe calls for mushrooms
Flavor – canned mushrooms preserved in a glass jar produce a cleaner flavor verses the metallic flavor found in metal jars.
Sprucing up hamburgers, pastas, and other entrees at your restaurant or cafe with these Regal Foods mushrooms can make your offerings even more profitable and enticing! Extra toppings usually calls for extra preparation time, but these #10 can mushrooms are already sliced, preserved, and ready to eat. Plus, they also help deliver a consistent taste and texture to your meals. They are great for using as a topping on pizzas, to create savory gravies, sauces, and stocks, or for using as an ingredient in a variety of plated entrees, such as chicken marsala and beef stroganoff. The possibilities are endless!
Sliced Mushrooms are so versatile that you can cook them for any meal of the day! Whether you’re making a mushroom omelet for breakfast, mushroom soup for lunch, or cooking your steak with a side of mushrooms for dinner, the possibilities are as endless as they are delicious!