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Apple - dried

A great source of natural fiber already, dried apples contain an even higher concentration to help you meet your recommended daily fiber requirements.  Apples are also a source of Vitamins C, A, and B as well as healthy minerals such as potassium.  Is it any wonder that the saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” is still common today.?
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Apricot - dried

A wonderful way to supplement your vitamin and mineral intake is by eating more apricots!  Apricots contain vitamins, A, C, and E and are high in potassium and fiber. They also contain antioxidants such as Beta Carotene.  Apricots also have a wonderfully unique flavor that seems to combine the sweetness of peaches with the tartness of plums.  They are a wonderful addition to any mix!  
Per 50g Per 100g
Energy (kJ) 216.00 432.00
Protein .00 2.00
Fat, total 0.00 0.00
- saturated 0.00 0.00
Carbohydrates .80 19.60
Sugars 9.60 19.20
Fiber 0.00g 0.00g
Sodium 8.00 16.00
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Bananas - dried

There are few fruits that contain so many vitamins and minerals as bananas.  Bananas have magnesium, vitamin A and C, iron, phosphorus, potassium, and manganese.  Eating bananas will also provide you with fiber and protein and may improve your digestive health.
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Blueberries - dried

If you want to fight free radicals while improving the strength of your bones and your cardiovascular health, you can’t go wrong with choosing blueberries!  This tiny but mighty fruit is full of Vitamin K, which may help enhance bone strength and calcium absorption.  They are also known as a “superfood” for a reason because their high Vitamin C content is so beneficial and they are uniquely beneficial for healthy heart functioning.  
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (Kj) 517.5 kj 1035kj
Protein 1.35g 2.7g
Fat, total .2g .4g
- saturated 0g 0g
Carbohydrates 25.25g 50.5g
Sugars 24.15g 48.3g
Fiber 2.5g 5g
Sodium 1mg 2mg
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Dates - dried

Dates are certainly an exotic and tasty fruit but they are also full of nutritional benefits. Dates are full of fiber and protein as well as containing magnesium, potassium, iron, manganese, copper, and Vitamin B6.  They are also a good source of flavonoids and carotenoids, powerful antioxidants. Dates may also help to regulate blood sugar and provide a natural sweetness when added to other ingredients that could help reduce the need for other added sugars. Dates grow in desert areas and contain many nutritional qualities for survival in extreme conditions.  
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (KJ) 606 KJ 1212kj
Protein 1g 2g
Fat, total .20g .4g
- saturated 6.40g 12.8g
Carbohydrates 24.40g 48.8g
Sugars 21.80g 43.6g
Fibre 48.60g 97.2g
Sodium 10mg 20mg
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Figs - dried

Research has shown that a diet that includes figs may help lower glucose levels and aid in liver and digestive functioning.  They also contain Calcium, Vitamin C, Vitamin A  the anti-oxidant, Beta Carotene, and Magnesium, and Potassium.  Figs are a fantastic source of dietary fiber as well.  Because figs are naturally sweet, they also make a wonderful alternative to foods with processed or refined sugar. Very common in French and Italian cuisines for adding and cooking with meat and poultry. Delicious and one of our favorite fruits on display for addition to muesli.
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (Kj) 588 kj 1176kj
Protein 1g 2g
Fat, total .20g .4g
- saturated 3.80g 7.6g
Carbohydrates 16.80g 33.6g
Sugars 16.40g 32.8g
Fibre 72g 144g
Sodium 12mg 24mg
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Goji berries

Goji or wolfberry often called a super fruit. Popular in fruit bars, dried fruit Super Mixes, and smoothies. Goji, goji berry, or wolfberry, is the fruit of either Lycium barbarum or Lycium chinense, two closely related species of boxthorn in the nightshade family, Solanaceae. L. barbarum and L. chinense fruits are similar but can be distinguished by differences in taste and sugar content.  
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (Kj) 650 kj 1300kj
Protein 5.50g 11g
Fat, total 1.40g 2.8g
- saturated .20g .4g
Carbohydrates 30g 60g
Sugars 24g 48g
Fibre 6.50g 13g
Sodium 200mg 400mg
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Cranberries

Dried cranberries are prepared from sound mature cranberries, then sliced.  Following drying, the fruits are lightly sprayed with sunflower oil. No preservatives, artificial flavors, or colors are added. These cranberries are perfect for adding to breakfast foods, confectionery, high-end bakery applications, and trail mix blends.  
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (Kj) 600 kj 1200kj
Protein 6.80g 13.6g
Fat, total .80g 1.6g
Saturated .20g .4g
Carbohydrates 32.40g 64.8g
Sugars 32.40g 64.8g
Fibre 22g 44g
Sodium 2mg 4mg
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Papaya- dried

Papaya is a tropical fruit popular in Asian cuisines.  Papa has an enzyme called papain which is also used for tenderizing meat and used in marinating. In India fresh papaya is also known for cutting fat molecules and help with weight loss. Consider adding papaya to your mix because research has shown it may both help to lower cholesterol and assist in weight loss!  It may also provide a boost to your immune system as it contains Vitamin C, E, A, B, and K.  Papaya also contains iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc, and copper. Nutritious and delicious!  
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (kJ) 608 KJ 1216kj
Protein .80g 1.6g
Fat, total .20g .4g
- saturated 2.60g 5.2g
Carbohydrates 32.40g 64.8g
Sugars 32.40g 64.8g
Fibre 40g 80g
Sodium 12mg 24mg
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Raisins

USA medium-sized raisins are naturally sun-dried slowly from Thompson Seedless Raisins to bring out that characteristic caramelized note.
 
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (Kj) 660 kj 1320kj
Protein 1.20g 2.4g
Fat, total 0.40g 0.8g
- saturated 0.20g .4g
Carbohydrates 35.60g 71.2g
Sugars 34.60g 69.2g
Fibre 25g 50g
Sodium 30mg 60mg
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Cherries - dried

Dried cherries

Prunes

Prunes or dried plums and provide a natural source of vitamin A, potassium, and dietary fiber. They may have the reputation of being a good fruit to eat to help combat constipation - and no wonder, as they are full of fiber.  But these dried plums also have Vitamin, A, C, K, E, as well as minerals such as potassium, calcium, riboflavin, niacin, and folates.  They may also fight anemia and aid your cardiovascular health.  So many reasons to add prunes to your next muesli mix!
 
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (Kj) 348 kj 696kj
Protein 1.20g 2.4g
Fat, total .20g .4g
- saturated 2.40g 4.8g
Carbohydrates 16.20g 32.4g
Sugars 15.60g 31.2g
Fibre 40g 80g
Sodium 4mg 8mg
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Feijoa - dried

Feijoas are also known as "pineapple guava" and are original of South American origin.  They have a very unique taste and are packed with Vitamin C.  They are also a source of Vitamin E, Vitamin K and calcium, magnesium, copper, and manganese. Feijoa is a very common tree also grown in New Zealand and loved by almost everyone. Very unique taste and can be quite citrus at times and sweet at others. Feijoa pop out of the tree branches when they are ripe and fall on the ground.  
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (Kj) 94 kj 188kj
Protein .40g .8g
Fat, total .20g .4g
- saturated 3g 6g
Carbohydrates 4g 8g
Sugars 3.80g 7.6g
Fibre 15g 30g
Sodium 2mg 4mg
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Pears - dried

Pears have always been sweet and delicious but did you also know they are full of dietary fiber?  Eating pears can promote healthy gut functioning and they also have anti-inflammatory properties.  They may even decrease the risk of Type 2 Diabetes and heart disease. A very sweet flavor when it's dried.
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Mango

Dried mango is a type of dried fruit. Dried fruit nutrition can be beneficial, and desiccated fruit is viewed as a healthy snacking option. Dried mango will provide you with about 20 percent of your recommended daily dose of vitamin A and is considered a rich source of this vitamin.  
Per 50gServe Per100g
Energy (Kj) 610 kj 1220kj
Protein 2.40g 4.8g
Fat, total .40g .8g
- saturated .20g .4g
Carbohydrates 29.20g 58.4g
Sugars 28g 56g
Fibre 20g 40g
Sodium .50mg 1mg
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Banana Chips (Dried)

  Banana chips are dried, generally crispy slices of bananas. They can be covered with sugar or honey and have a sweet taste, or are more commonly fried in oil and spices and have a salty or spicy taste.  
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Coconut flakes

Coconut is a member of the palm tree and considered as one of the most useful trees and can also be referred to as the tree of life. The inner flesh of the mature seed is extracted, dried and shaved, shredded or grated to get the dry coconut threads or as flakes. Coconut flaked will give you a more prominent flavour of coconut in comparison to coconut threads which give you a subtle flavour. High in calories and fat and a good source of fibre.
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