Dried apricots are a dried form of the apricot fruit once dehydrated. The kernel (nut) is removed from the fruit. Fresh apricots are excellent sources of nutrients, but some other nutrients become more concentrated once they are dehydrated. As is true of most dried fruits, they provide more nutritional value by weight than fresh varieties.
These sun-dried Hunza Apricots are naturally sweet and organic, containing the raw nutrients of fresh Apricot. Their water content evaporates without losing its nutritional value.
These apricots are full of energy. A cup of dried Apricot contains around 313 calories. They are also rich in potassium, iron, fiber, and vitamins A, C, and E. (1)
The fiber content in dried Apricot could have a role in treating constipation. Apricots are also good sources of lutein and zeaxanthin; two antioxidants are known to boost eye health. They may further have beneficial effects on diabetes and inflammation.
Organic dried apricot color is darker and coarser, whereas sulfured dried apricots are orange with a soft texture. You can shop sulfured ones here here.
Drying out apricots also increases their shelf life and makes them far more convenient to transport and eat on the go. The quality of dried apricots will vary in different parts of the world, as standards for fruit can vary in other regions.
You may also like organic Apricot kernels.
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