A popular sweet, tart energy snack. The iron in dried apricot is higher than fresh. With fiber, potassium, arotinoids and other potent antioxidant phytonutrients, it’s no wonder the dried apricot is so common in protein balls, muesli bars, salads and Mediterranean dishes.
- Good for snacks and salads, baked goods (cereal, jam), sauces and slow-cooked meals.
- Store in pantry, in an airtight container for months.
Did you know? As dried apricots had a long shelf life, they were an important commodity traded along the Silk Road.
Ingredients: Apricots, Preservative (220).
Country of Origin: Product of Turkey, packed in Australia.