BULK DRIED FRUIT

Dried fruits are rich in fiber, minerals and provide a great boost of energy. Rich in vitamins and minerals, dried fruits also tend to be higher in sugar and calories. Be sure to use portion control when eating delicious dried fruit.

Dried fruit is a yummy addition to trail mix or other recipes. Dates for example, are delicious in smoothies and in many healthy and raw recipes.

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APPLE RINGS

Apples contain many phytonutrients that act as antioxidants, ridding the body of cancer causing free-radicals. They are also a great source of dietary fiber.

APRICOTS

The most nutritious way to eat apricot is dried. A good source of fiber, they also contain vitamin A, C and Iron.

CHERRIES

Cherries have been called the “new antioxidant superfruit.” Compared to other fruits, they have significantly higher levels of antioxidants, as well as important nutrients like beta-carotene, folic acid and fiber.

CRANBERRIES

Rich in fiber and low in fat, dried cranberries are a nice addition to salads, cereal or alone as a snacks.

CRYSTALLIZED GINGER

Rich in a number of essential nutrients, eating crystallized ginger can help alleviate the symptoms of motion sickness and upset stomach.

CURRANTS

Currants are low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium and high in vitamin C, manganese, iron and potassium.

DATES

Dates are rich in several vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. These delicious fruits contain oil, calcium, sulfur, iron, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, copper and magnesium which are all beneficial for health.

FIGS

While some fruits can lose a portion of their nutrition when dried, figs lose none of their potency. They are high in iron, folic acid and potassium.

MANGO

Mango is rich in a variety of phytonutrients, vitamins A, C and E, as well as omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, which are necessary for healthy skin and the immune health.

PAPAYA

Called “the fruit of the angels” by Christopher Columbus, papayas are a great source of antioxidants; recent studies have shown that they may aid in preventing diabetic heart disease.

PEARS

Pears are a good source of vitamin C and copper, and are full of dietary fiber.

PINEAPPLE RINGS

Higher in sugar, dried pineapple is a sweet treat addition to trail mix.

RAISINS

Often called “nature’s candy,” raisins are cholesterol-free, low in sodium, high in fiber and totally fat-free.

COCONUT

Add yummy shredded coconut on top of cereal, granola and use in baking to add sweetness that is healthier than refined sugar.