So the first thing you'll be thinking is why aren't these apricots that yellow/orange colour you see in most supermarkets... well, this is because organic dried apricots are completely natural and have not been treated with that nasty sulphur dioxide (which is why they're brown).
They are 100% organic, a good source of potassium, high in fibre, packed full of nutrients including important vitamins and minerals, and you can enjoy them on their own as a healthy, sweet snack, or chopped up in granola, in Morrocan stews or a fruity cous cous, or maybe even on top of your porridge with a drizzle of Honea?
Packed on premises that handles nuts (including peanuts), seeds, cereals, soya & products containing gluten.
Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.
Organic Dried Apricots
Nutrition Per 100g
- Energy (Kj) 1419
- Energy (Kcal) 339
- Fat (g) 3.6 of which - saturates (g) 0.1
- Carbohydrates (g) 77.4 of which - sugars (g) 75
- Fibre (g) 2.9
- Protein (g) 3.6
- Salt (g) Nil