Dried Apricots, Whole
These popular dried fruits were first cultivated in China and the apricot reached this part of the world via the caravan trade routes. Fresh apricots are at their peak for only a short period, and do not keep or travel well. Drying is one method of preserving their goodness, and happily improves the flavour as well. One of the most versatile dried fruits, apricots can be used in sweet and savoury dishes. These apricots are a vivid orange thanks to the preserving process and taste, well, really apricoty!
Ingredients: Apricots; E220 (Sulphur Dioxide SO2) as a preservative
Allergens: See in bold above. Packed in an area that also handles nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds and gluten.
Warning: Fruits may contain whole or part stone fragments.
Storage: Cool and dry, away from direct light and strong odours. We recommend storing dried fruit in the fridge to maintain freshness.