It is a unique, self-limiting dehydration method that uses infrared light, rather than direct extremes of temperature, to remove water from food.
Relying on water's conductivity with infrared properties and the refraction of light, this is the preferred method for preserving the precious nutrients and phytonutrients found in whole foods. In this process, the fresh, whole food's essential sensory qualities, such as color, aroma, taste, and nutritional value are retained.
This indicates that the active aromatic and pigment compounds that impart sensory and nutritionally invaluable properties have been preserved throughout the drying process.
And it means your Smidge® Kakadu Plum capsules retain the most natural vitamin C possible. As mentioned above, it also enables your body to absorb and use the vitamin C, rather than excreting large amounts shortly after consuming the harsh, synthetic stuff (leaving you with inflammation in the gut or urinary tract).