We Proudly Present ..... BROUJ Factory

At BROUJ , we are passionate about providing our customers with the highest quality food products around the world. As a leading food trading company, we specialize in sourcing and supplying frozen fruits. Our commitment to quality and freshness is second to none. using our own farmers , crops and methods to ensure that our products are of the highest quality, and we take great care in handling and transporting them to ensure that they arrive at their destination in the best possible condition


Harvesting strawberries is a delicate and precise process that requires careful attention and skilled hands. To begin, the ripeness of the strawberries must be checked to ensure they are ready for harvest. This involves looking at the color of the strawberries and gently feeling them to check for firmness and sweetness. Once the strawberries are deemed ready, the harvesting process can begin. Workers carefully pick the strawberries by hand, being careful not to damage the delicate fruit or the plant itself. As the workers pick the strawberries , they sort them into baskets, making sure to separate any damaged or overripe fruit. The baskets are then carefully transported to the processing area.


the tops of the strawberries are removed and discarded, and the strawberries are sliced then strawberries are placed into a large container and covered with cold water. The strawberries are gently swished around to loosen any dirt or debris that may be clinging to the fruit. After a few minutes of soaking, the water is drained and the strawberries are rinsed thoroughly under cold, running water. This removes any remaining dirt or debris, as well as any pesticide residue that may be present. Once the strawberries have been rinsed, they are placed onto a clean surface and allowed to dry completely. This helps to prevent moisture from accumulating on the fruit, which can lead to spoilage. Throughout the entire washing and rinsing process, care is taken to ensure that the strawberries are handled gently and not bruised or damaged. This helps to preserve the quality and freshness of the fruit, ensuring that it is ready for packaging and sale.


The strawberries are then placed onto a sheet lined with parchment paper, making sure that the strawberries are spaced out evenly and not touching each other. This helps to prevent the strawberries from sticking together during the freezing process. The strawberries is then placed into the freezer and left until the strawberries are frozen solid, usually for several hours or overnight. Once the strawberries are frozen, they can be transferred to a freezer-safe container or freezer bag. It's important to make sure that the container or bag is airtight, as this helps to prevent freezer burn and maintain the quality of the fruit. When stored properly in the freezer, strawberries can last for up to eight months. They can be used in a variety of recipes, such as smoothies, baked goods, and desserts, or simply enjoyed on their own as a healthy snack.


The packaging process begins by selecting the appropriate containers for the strawberries. These containers can be made from a variety of materials, such as plastic, paper, or cardboard, and come in different sizes and shapes. Once the containers have been selected, the strawberries are carefully packed into them. It's important to ensure that the fruit is handled gently and not bruised or damaged during the packing process. This helps to preserve the quality and freshness of the fruit. Labels are then attached to the containers, providing important information about the strawberries, such as the variety, the weight, and the date of packing. This information helps consumers make informed choices about the fruit they are purchasing. The packaged strawberries are then transported to the distribution center or the point of sale. During transport, care is taken to ensure that the fruit is not jostled or damaged, as this can lead to spoilage.


The shipping process begins by selecting the appropriate mode of transportation. This can include trucks, trains, or airplanes, depending on the distance and speed required. Once the mode of transportation has been selected, the packaged strawberries are carefully loaded onto the vehicle. It's important to ensure that the fruit is properly secured and not jostled or damaged during transport, as this can lead to spoilage. During shipping, the strawberries are monitored closely to ensure that they remain at the proper temperature. Most strawberries are transported in temperature-controlled vehicles to prevent them from spoiling due to temperature fluctuations. In addition to temperature control, the shipping process also involves tracking the progress of the shipment. This helps to ensure that the fruit arrives at its destination on time and in good condition. Upon arrival, the packaged strawberries are unloaded from the vehicle and inspected to ensure that they are still fresh and appealing. Any damaged or spoiled fruit is removed and discarded.