FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any doubts? Here are the answers to some Frequently Asked Questions. We'd love to help you clear up any doubts you may have about our products!

Yes. To confirm that our berries are BIO, check the product label for the following logo:

Yes. Product labels must state the origin, in this case Portugal.

Once you have selected the products you want, click on the shopping cart and confirm the quantities and value. Make the payment as indicated and your order will be accepted. Within 24 hours you will receive notification of when your order will be delivered.

Our fruit is selected and packed the day it is picked. Every hour of the day, they are placed in cold rooms to keep them fresh.

On the same day as the harvest, just after lunch, the berries are transported refrigerated.

If the cold chain is broken, your fruit could be damaged. This requires a serious breakdown in the cooling system or a transport accident.

For a reduced carbon footprint and lower transportation costs, we recommend that your total order of fresh berries is 5 kg.

Yes, you can. To do so, please contact us at info@cordeirosfarm.com or by WhatsApp: +351 936785854.

The payment methods available are:

  • National: MBWay, ATM and credit/debit card
  • International: Paypal

After confirmation, for the domestic market, 24 hours, for the international market, depending on the destination, 48 hours.

Note: only the processed product can be delivered to the international market.

Freeze-dried fruit is fruit that has been vacuum-dried. The fruit is placed in a frozen vacuum machine and the water changes from solid to vapor, leaving it the same size, color and with all its organoleptic properties.

The advantage of this type of process (sublimation) over fruit dehydrated in an oven or by hot slow ventilation, is that the fruit doesn’t cook, so it retains all its nutritional characteristics as if it were fresh.

Freeze-dried fruit is dehydrated, but by a process of sublimation, i.e. the water in the fruit goes from a solid to a gaseous state without needing to be heated. In the case of fruit dehydrated by the conventional process (hot slow ventilation), the water is released as the fruit is heated. In this way, the fruit cooks slowly, which is why its color is slightly beige or dark, as if burnt and shrunken.

Freeze-drying is more expensive, but it’s healthier!

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