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Real Foods Peaches with SO2

100gr
£1.94 194p / 100g
250gr
£4.08 163p / 100g
500gr
£7.54 151p / 100g
1kg
£14.22 142p / 100g
3kg
£41.31 138p / 100g
6kg
£80.00 133p / 100g
Wholesale Prices
12.5Kg
£113.44
(91p / 100g)
2 x 12.5Kg
£107.77 / 12.5Kg
(86p / 100g)
4 x 12.5Kg
£102.10 / 12.5Kg
(82p / 100g)
2 Customer Review(s)
Customer Rating: 5.0
(1 votes)

About Peaches with SO2

Peaches contain potassium and Vitamins C and A. They have diuretic and laxative properties, aid in the stimulation of digestive juices, and add colour to the complexion.

SO2 is a preservative, preventing the apples from oxidising and so retaining nutrition and colour.

Ingredients

Peaches with SO2 ingredients:

Peaches, SO2.

Nutritional values per 100g : Energy 936 kj / 224 kcal, Protein 3.4 g, Carbohydrate 53 g - of which sugars 53g, Fat 0.8g - Of which saturates Trace, Sodium Trace.

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Summary: Dried fruits such as apricots are a great source of fibre and a concentrated source of iron and potassium, the latter helping to regulate blood pressure. Dried apricots are also packed with the powerful antioxidant beta-carotene, which is good at mopping up free radicals.

Dairy Free Nut Free Vegetarian Wheat Free

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Betsy Cook These are the real thing - proper chewy,tangy and dark.

I eat them for snacks, and we use them in our restaurant to deepen the flavour of fruit compote. Delicious.

Start the cooking with these because they're toughest, then add prunes, then pears if you like them (I don't) and apricots and apples. Throw in a few cloves and a tiny bit of cinnamon stick. Use just enough water to cover all the fruit with an inch or less to spare, simmer it until the apples are slightly less tough, then let it sit in the pot until it's stone cold. Keep it stored in its juices and it will last a long time.
Joe McGrath These peaches make a really unusual addition to a fruit cake. They need to be chopped up and soaked overnight for the best resulats. My famisly are real fans of my peach cake.