Where To Buy Freeze-Dried Hi Chew

Where To Buy Freeze-Dried Hi Chew

Freeze Dried Candy

Want to have a taste of freeze-dried hi chew but can’t make your own right now? Here are some popular brands where you can buy freeze-dried hi chew online.

Gem State Food

Their freeze-dried hi chew comes in 1oz, 4oz, 6oz, and 10 oz mylar bags with zip tops. They’re light, airy, and crunchy with the following flavors:

  • Grape
  • Strawberry
  • Mango
  • Green apple

Game State Food offers their freeze-dried candy for $3.00 – $20.00, which you can pay through Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express, and PayPal. Processing can take 1-3 business days, and you get free shipping for orders above $35.

Bulk Candy Store

Bulk Candy Store packs their freeze-dried hi chew in 5oz Mylar bags. According to one verified buyer, the FD candy still has the same fruity and creamy taste. The only difference is the crunchy, dry texture.

One bag costs $8.99, and you can pay for your order through Amazon Pay, PayPal, and Google Pay.

Susie’s Pantry Hi-Chew

Don’t be confused with Susie’s Pantry. They named their hi chew “Hi-Crunch” since freeze-drying gives the sweet treat a crunchy bite. You get the FD candies in individual resealable pouches, making snacking on the road and campouts convenient.

The pouches have a net weight of 3oz and cost you $12.00. You can pay via PayPal and GPay. But if you order above $50.00, you can pay in 4 interest-free installments through ShopPay. Order’s usually ready within 24 hours.

Freeze-Dried Hi Chew

Sweety Treaty Co.

Their freeze-dried hi chew is one of the most reviewed among other brands. The candies come in a resealable Mylar bag for convenient storage and transport.

The FD treats will cost you $7.49 per pack. The only difference with Sweety Treaty Co. is you can pay for your freeze-dried hi chew through:

  • Amazon Pay
  • Apple Pay
  • AMEX
  • Discover
  • Diners Club
  • Meta Pay
  • Google Pay
  • Mastercard
  • PayPal
  • Shop Pay
  • Venmo
  • Visa

A customer said it’s what they expect from freeze-dried hi chew. They don’t fall apart, yet easy on the teeth when you bite into them. One customer said it’s her stress buster, while another said she became a repeat customer.

A couple, though, weren’t happy about the product. This is confusing because they gave the hi chew a 5-star rating, yet their comments showed dissatisfaction.

The Freeze-Dried Candy Store

Just like with Susie’s Pantry, The Freeze-Dried Candy Store renamed their freeze-dried hi chew “Confection-Airy Clouds”. The clouds are sweet-tooth-approved, made in the USA, and packed in resealable Mylar bags.

A bag costs $5.49, which you can pay through Shop Pay, PayPal, Amazon Pay, or Google Pay. If your order is above $50.00, you can pay through interest-free installments for orders over $50.00.

According to one customer, the candies are a bit hard to bite. But once she got a bite, the taste and texture were delicious. Another customer said it’s everything that you’d expect from freeze-dried candy.

Ono Kine Treats Hi Chew

If you want a different kind of freeze-dried hi-chew, Ono Kine Treats won’t disappoint. Their FD hi chew comes in plain and li hing mui versions.

Li hing mui is a salty dried Chinese plum, also known as “traveling plum”. It’s Hawaii’s best-kept snack secret that flavors everything with a sweet, sour, and salty taste. Whichever version you choose, you can get the hi chew in the following flavors:

  • Strawberry
  • Mango
  • Watermelon
  • Açaí

The sizes come in two versions as well. One is the Keiki (child), and the other is Ono Kine Classic. The Keiki costs $6.00, while the Classic costs $12.00. Unfortunately, the freeze-dried hi chew is out of stock. Also, there’s no review anywhere about how the treats taste. If you’ve tried the li hing mui version, please let us know how it was in the comment section.

you can pay for your freeze-dried hi chew through


We featured Treatly in other freeze-dried candy brands, so it’s no surprise to us to see they have their own version of freeze-dried hi chews. Like Susy’s Pantry and The Freeze-Dried Candy Store, Treatly also branded their version, Hi-Chomps.

The pack weighs 1.8 ounces and will cost you $6.00  per pack. Your payment options, unfortunately, are limited to Shop Pay and Google Pay.

We only saw one review from a satisfied buyer. According to her, these are even better than the regular ones.

Can I Freeze Dry Hi Chew Candies?

You most certainly can, especially with your Harvest Right Freeze Dryer. The only thing that will take your time is prepping the candies. It will take a while because the hi chew’s individually wrapped. Once you open the wrappers of all the candies you want to freeze dry, cut the hi chews in half. These will expand like sour skittles, milk duds, and salt water taffy, and can be tough to chew on.

Once done you can pre-freeze, or put them in your freeze dryer under Candy Mode, and you’re done. Depending on certain conditions, freeze drying can take 16-48 hours.

Freeze-dried hi chew is a world apart from regular candy. It’s a good alternative when you’re tired of the constant chewing to bring out the sweet, fruity flavor. With each bite of the FD chews, you get a burst of flavor that some have grown addicted to.

Which brand of freeze-dried hi chew are you leaning on? Let us know in the comment section.

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