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Chopped Apricot from Real Foods

250gr
£2.99 120p / 100g

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500gr
£4.58 92p / 100g

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1kg
£8.73 87p / 100g

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3kg
£24.10 80p / 100g

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6kg
£47.71 80p / 100g

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Customer Rating: 4.3
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Ingredients

Chopped Apricot ingredients:

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

About Chopped Apricot from Real Foods

Are they good for you?
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.
One cup of dried apricots provides 94% of your body's daily need for Vitamin A and 19% of its iron. Dried apricots also contain potassium and antioxidants and have been known to lower cholesterol and improve digestion. Dried apricots are fat-free, low in calories & high in flavour.

What can they be used for?
These apricots are pre-chopped to make them easier to mix into muesli. They are delicious, with an almost toffee-like flavour. You could also add to your favourite salad or garnish a bowl of popcorn with them for you evening home cinema treat.
Apricots go well with curry or could be added to a stuffing recipe for a fruity taste.
None of these appealing to you? How about fruity rice? Use brown rice and add chopped apricots, cranberries, raisins, flaked almonds??

How do you store them?
Store in an airtight container in your food cupboard for up to 6 month ? in the fridge they will last up to 12 months. If you want to freeze them, they will last 18 months or longer.
But we really doubt that you will want to keep them for that long ? even if you buy a bigger size to get the best price, we think you will keep dipping in and nibbling away at them.

What is a serving size?
A single serving of dried chopped apricots would be 30gm.

Customer reviews

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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