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Dried Fruits

Experience Nature's Candy

Nuts U.S. vibrant assortment of dried fruits! Packed with flavor and nutrition, these fruity delights are perfect for snacking, baking, or adding a burst of sweetness to your day. Taste the goodness of sun-kissed fruits, preserved just for you.

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Nuts U.S. Dried Fruits
are sweet and packed with nutrients.

Dried fruits are a delicious and nutritious snack option that offers a
concentrated source of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. They are made by removing
the water content from fresh fruits, which intensifies their flavors and
sweetness. Nuts U.S. dried fruits include raisins, apricots, dates, apples,
prunes, among others. Dried fruits are a convenient snack for on-the-go, and
they can be easily incorporated into a variety of dishes, such as salads,
oatmeal, baked goods, and trail mix.

However, it's important to consume dried
fruits in moderation, as they are higher in calories and natural sugars
compared to fresh fruits.

 

Best Ways to Enjoy Dried Fruits

Snacking: Enjoy dried fruits on their own as a healthy and convenient
snack.

Trail Mix: Combine dried fruits with nuts, seeds, and perhaps a few
chocolate chips for a delicious trail mix.

Oatmeal: Add dried fruits to your oatmeal while it cooks for a naturally
sweet and flavorful breakfast.

Baking: Incorporate dried fruits into your baking recipes, such as
cookies, muffins, and bread, for added sweetness and texture.

Salads: Sprinkle dried fruits over salads for a sweet contrast to savory
ingredients.

Yogurt: Mix dried fruits into yogurt for a tasty and nutritious snack or
breakfast.

Smoothies: Blend dried fruits into your smoothies for added sweetness and
fiber.

Cooking: Use dried fruits in savory dishes like tagines, stews, and rice
pilafs for a unique flavor twist.

Cheese Platter: Serve dried fruits on a cheese platter for a sweet
complement to the cheese.

Toppings: Use dried fruits as toppings for desserts like ice cream,
pudding, or cakes.

Benefits of Eating Dried Fruits

Rich in Nutrients: Dried fruits are packed with essential nutrients like
fiber, vitamins, and minerals, including potassium, iron, and antioxidants.

Digestive Health: The fiber in dried fruits can aid digestion and promote
a healthy digestive system.

Energy Boost: Dried fruits are a great source of natural sugars, providing
a quick energy boost when needed.

Bone Health: Dried fruits like prunes are rich in vitamin K and boron,
which are important for bone health.

Convenience: Dried fruits are easy to store, transport, and incorporate
into meals, making them a convenient and nutritious snack option.

Long Shelf Life: Dried fruits have a longer shelf life compared to fresh
fruits, making them a convenient option to have on hand for snacking or
cooking.

Versatility: Dried fruits can be used in a variety of dishes, both sweet
and savory, adding flavor, texture, and nutrition.

How to Store Dried Fruits

Cool, Dry Place: Store nuts and dried fruits in airtight containers in a cool, dry place,
away from direct sunlight and heat sources.

Refrigeration: For longer shelf life, store nuts and dried fruits in the refrigerator,
especially in warm climates or if you're not planning to use them quickly.

Freezing: Nuts and dried fruits can be frozen to extend their shelf life. Place them in a
freezer-safe container or bag and store them in the freezer for up to a year.

Avoid Moisture: Moisture can cause nuts and dried fruits to become moldy or rancid,
so make sure they are stored in a dry environment.

Keep Away from Strong Odors: Nuts and dried fruits can absorb odors from other foods, so store them away from strong-smelling foods.