Due to the hectic lifestyles of many people and their need for quick and easy food options, frozen and dried products are quickly gaining popularity. The Middle East and Mediterranean have had dried fruit for thousands of years. Dates are one the oldest dried fruits that have been eaten.
Dried fruit refers to processed fruit that has had most of its water removed by either the sun drying process or dehydrators. You can choose from semi-moist or full-dried dried fruits. Semi-moist fruits have naturally high sugar levels and can be preserved with a high moisture content, compared to other dried fruit. Dried fruits are rich in nutrients like potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C. They also have fiber and antioxidants known to be phenols. These help reduce the risk of developing heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. There are many types of dried fruit available, including grapes, cranberries and apricots.
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Sweet Dried Fruits with the Most Trustworthy and Health Benefits:
Raisins – Raisins can be described as dried grapes. They are high in fiber, potassium, and other health-promoting compounds.
Cashew (Kaju), – Although cashews are often referred to as nuts, they are actually seeds. These seeds are very beneficial for improving your overall health.
Apricot (Khumani), a small orange-colored, tart-tasting fruit that is rich in vitamins and minerals, is a good choice.
Khajoor dates – This delicious, iron-rich, dry fruit is great for winter. Dates are extremely nutritious and can be enjoyed in many ways. They can be added to desserts or eaten as is.
Prunes – Prunes are nothing more than dried plums, which are extremely nutritious. Prunes offer a multitude of health benefits. Prunes are high in sugar, but they also have many nutritional benefits that you shouldn’t miss.
The versatility of dried fruits and nuts to a wide range of recipes is what has led to an increase in the use of premium ingredients in bakery products and snacks. The target market is experiencing a high demand for dried fruits, both from confectionery and bakery producers as well as dairy companies. The global sweet and dried fruit market will be limited by high prices and regulations and standards that govern import/export.