Real Foods Apricot Chopped

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100gr
£1.13 113p / 100g
250gr
£1.99 80p / 100g
500gr
£3.36 67p / 100g
1kg
£5.99 60p / 100g
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£17.37 58p / 100g
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£33.41 56p / 100g

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12.5kg
£40.33
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2 x 12.5kg
£38.31 / 12.5kg
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4 x 12.5kg
£36.30 / 12.5kg
(29p / 100g)
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Ingredients

Apricot Chopped ingredients:

Apricots Chopped, rice flour, SO2 (sulphur dioxide).

About Apricot Chopped

These apricots are pre-chopped in order to make them easier to mix into muesli. They are delicious, with an almost toffee-like flavour.

Apricots are an excellent source of vitamin A, a very good source of vitamin C, and a good source of dietary fibre and potassium.

Apricots contain phytochemicals called carotenoids, compounds that give red, orange and yellow colours to fruits and vegetables. The powerful antioxidant lycopene is one of the carotenoids found in apricots.

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These chopped apricots make life so much easier first thing in the morning if you make your own muesli and are often later getting up than is ideal. In the past I often ended up adding whole apricots too my muesli which is not at all the same thing.

By Leah Houghton on 13/08/2014

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