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Dried apple rings are a terrific sweet treat. Use them as a healthy dessert or snack. We add them to our trail mixes too.
While apricots are grown in many countries, a very special variety is grown in the Malatya Valley in Turkey. The Turkish Malatya apricot is sweet and the apricot crop has only been exported to the United States since 1984. It is a whole dried fruit product, with only the pit stone removed. This apricot has a natural sweet taste and is popular in many commercial applications now.
Honeyed sweetened banana slices make a great snack and are featured in several of our trail mixes. They're also a great addition to a dessert, especially if chocolate is involved! Our banana chips are crunchy and sweet. The honey coating helps them stay fresh longer too.
The black Mission Fig is full of great flavor. It is naturally sweet, full of fiber and stores well over time.
This combination is so popular, we mix it up in 300 pound batches! We create the perfect balance of Freestone Peaches, Turkish Malatya Apricots, nectarines, Bartlet Pears, papaya, pineapple and Ashlock French plums (pitted prunes). During the holidays, we add candied red cherries for their vibrant color.
All the sweetness and tartness of a fresh mango is concentrated in this delicious dried slice.
Nectarines grow in the rich California valley soils and are harvested late in the summer, when part of the crop is dried and set aside for future selling. The moisture content of the fruit is then reduced from about 65% to around 26% for a concentrated treat full of natural goodness.
Dried papaya can be hard to find in the US, but it's a popular snack in many tropical countries. It is known as the paw paw plant and the fruit resembles a soft musk melon. The papaya fruit is peeled and sliced into various sizes and soaked in a sweet liquid to give it a firm sugary coating. When it is cut into small 1/2" x 1/2 cubes,is called "papaya dices". When it is cut into 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" squares, it is called "papaya wedges". Sometimes the cut is long and approximates a 1-1/2" x 6" segment - called a "papaya spear". The most common cut is the middle size - the papaya wedge.
Dried papaya can be hard to find in the US, but it's a popular snack in many tropical countries. It is known as the paw paw plant and the fruit resembles a soft musk melon. The papaya fruit is peeled and sliced into various sizes and soaked in a sweet liquid to give it a firm sugary coating. When it is cut into small 1/2" x 1/2 cubes,is called "papaya dices". When it is cut into 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" squares, it is called "papaya wedges". Sometimes the cut is long and approximates a 1-1/2" x 6" segment - called a "papaya spear". The most common cut is the middle size - the papaya wedge.
Freestone Peaches grow in the rich California valley soils and are wonderfully flavorful fruits. The peach is harvested late in the summer, when part of the crop is dried and set aside for future selling. The moisture content of the peaches is then reduced from about 65% to around 26% for a concentrated treat full of natural goodness.
Bartlett pears grow in the rich California valley soils and are harvested late in the summer, when part of the crop is dried and set aside for future selling. The moisture content of the fruit is then reduced from about 65% to around 26% for a concentrated treat full of natural goodness.
Pineapple is a terrific tropical treat. Though Hawaii is known for its pineapple, Taiwan and Thailand have become popular sources too. To make this snack, the pineapple fruit is peeled and sliced into various sizes and soaked in a sweet mixture that gives it a nice bite. Pineapple dice is the smallest cut and common in baking and cooking.
Pineapple is a terrific tropical treat. Though Hawaii is known for its pineapple, Taiwan and Thailand have become popular sources too. To make this snack, the pineapple fruit is peeled and sliced into various sizes and soaked in a sweet mixture that gives it a nice bite. These pineapple chunks are bigger than the pineapple dice used in baking and perfect for a snack. We use them in our trail mixes too. They are commonly found in health food stores as a more natural dessert treat.
Pineapple is a terrific tropical treat. Though Hawaii is known for its pineapple, Taiwan and Thailand have become popular sources too. To make this snack, the pineapple fruit is peeled and sliced into various sizes and soaked in a sweet mixture that gives it a nice bite. These pineapple rings are a substantial and tasty treat. We use pineapple in our trail mixes and they're popular in health food stores as a more natural dessert treat.
The Ashlock Prune is the finest prune available, sometimes known as a French Plum. The Ashlock Prune is pitted carefully so the whole prune fruit stays intact. Then steam is added to give this prune its characteristic softness. We never carry the harder and drier Elliott Prune because it lacks the natural prune sugar goodness and wonderful sweet flavor we get from the Ashlock Pitted Prune.
The Zante currant is the smaller cousin of the raisin, and boasts a great sweet flavor with a little crunch. These tiny morsels -- about 4,000 count per pound are especially popular for baked goods, from cakes to cookies to pastry.
Raisins are a popular dried fruit because of their versatility, portability and great shelf life. Our golden raisins are the lighter cousins of the Thompson seedless raisin and come from the San Joaquin valley. They're a terrific snack or addition to sweet and savory dishes alike.
Thompson Select Raisin are the most commonly sold raisin, boasting about 2000 raisins in every pound! These are a very versatile fruit: tasty in baked in goods, but also in savory dishes from rice to meat dishes to salad.
These Monucca raisins are a terrific surprise, bigger and sweeter than their grocery store cousins. That makes them perfect for snacking but they're a great treat in a baked good as well.
This is a really unique product, popular with the more refined consumer. The California apricot is tart and lacks the natural sweetness of the apricots raised in Turkey and Australia. It is a much more expensive fruit, but is a great way to add a little texture and flavor in cooking and baking.