Dried Fruit

Dried Fruit

Mulerries Crumble

Mulberries grow on large, deciduous trees native to the warm, temperate, and subtropical regions of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Technically, mulberry fruit is an aggregation of small fruits arranged concentrically around the central axis -similar to blackberry or loganberries. In most species, mulberries are purple-red when ripen. However, different variety Mulberry trees produce Mulberries ranging from white to pink, red and purple. Mulberries are high in vitamin C and antioxidants. Soft and chewy Mulberry Crumble is perfect for cereal bars, mueslis and as a natural sweetener.

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Muscatel Raisins

Muscatel raisins are larger than the common raisin and also darker in colour. Muscat’s are very sweet in flavour. Often the seeds have been removed prior to the drying process, but not always. Muscatels are primarily used in baking and are available during the autumn and winter seasons.

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Papaya Diced

The ripe fruit of the Papaya is usually eaten raw, without skin or seeds. The unripe green fruit can be eaten cooked, usually in curries, salads, and stews. Green papaya is used in Southeast Asian cooking, both raw and cooked.

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Peach Diced

Delicious and popular world wide, peaches are native to China from where they spread to rest of the world via ancient silk route. There are several cultivars of peach grown all over the world which differ in their color, size and growing characteristics based upon their regions of origin. Peaches are usually round and about the size of small apple and are covered in a fuzzy outer skin. Some varieties have a seed or pit that is firmly attached to the pulp and some have a looser stone; known as clinging seed varieties or free-stone varieties.

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Peach Halves

Delicious and popular world wide, peaches are native to China from where they spread to rest of the world via ancient silk route. There are several cultivars of peach grown all over the world which differ in their color, size and growing characteristics based upon their regions of origin. Peaches are usually round and about the size of small apple and are covered in a fuzzy outer skin. Some varieties have a seed or pit that is firmly attached to the pulp and some have a looser stone; known as clinging seed varieties or free-stone varieties.

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Pear Diced

Pears are consumed fresh, canned, as juice and dried. The juice can also be used in jellies and jams, usually in combination with other fruits or berries. Fermented pear juice is called perry or pear cider.

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Pear Halves

Pears are consumed fresh, canned, as juice and dried. The juice can also be used in jellies and jams, usually in combination with other fruits or berries. Fermented pear juice is called perry or pear cider.

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Physalis Dried

Physalis are small round orange berries similar in size and structure to a small cherry tomato, they have been compared to tangy strawberries or pineapple in flavour. Commonly grown in Mexico, Physalis Berries are enclosed a papery husk that gives the fruit it’s distinctive ‘Chinese lantern’ look. Physalis are also sometimes known as Inca Berries, Groundcherries, Cape Gooseberries or Golden Berries. When dried, Physalis can be added to dishes such as baked goods in a similar way to raisins.

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Pineapple Diced

The flesh and juice of the Pineapple are used in cuisines around the world. Whole, cored slices with a cherry in the middle are a common garnish on hams in the West. Chunks of pineapple are used in desserts such as fruit salad as well as in some savoury dishes, including pizza toppings. Crushed Pineapple is used in yogurt, jam, sweets and ice cream. The juice of the pineapple is served as a beverage and is also as a main ingredient in such cocktails as the piña colada.

Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C.

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Pineapple Rings

The flesh and juice of the Pineapple are used in cuisines around the world. Whole, cored slices with a cherry in the middle are a common garnish on hams in the West. Chunks of pineapple are used in desserts such as fruit salad as well as in some savoury dishes, including pizza toppings. Crushed Pineapple is used in yogurt, jam, sweets and ice cream. The juice of the pineapple is served as a beverage and is also as a main ingredient in such cocktails as the piña colada.

Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C.

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