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All our fruits are either dried or dehydrated, and cut into small pieces.

Cranberries

Cranberries

Get thankful every day | $0.80 (0.65oz)

Full of antioxidants and vitamin C, the fruity tang of these American berries gives coffee a run for its money as a morning wake-up!

Strawberries

Strawberries

So good they’re blushing | $0.80 (0.65oz)

As sixteenth century William Butler said, “Doubtless God could have made a better berry, but doubtless God never did.” Loaded with vitamin C, strawberries are also a great source of maganese, vitamin K, potassium, iron, and folic acid. And of course, that deep red color means they are full of antioxidants too.

Blueberries

Blueberries

Small, blue jewels to brighten your day | $0.90 (0.65oz)

Native to the US, the intense color and taste of the blueberry makes it universally popular. According to cancer specialist Gary D. Stoner at Ohio State University, high levels of anthocyanins that give berries their red, blue and black colors-have been linked to slowing the aging process, protecting the heart, and preventing mental decline. Blueberries also feature high levels of manganese, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Vitamin K and dietary fiber.

Mango

Mango

Are you a mango head? Would you like to be? | $0.70 (0.80oz)

Rich in vitamins A, C, and D, mango is one of the world’s most popular fruits for good reason. Considered sacred in India, mangoes are now grown in California to bring a little holiness to your day.

Goji Berries

Goji Berries

Delicious as well as a nutritional “superfruit” | $1.00 (0.50oz)

The highly nutritious goji berry (also known as wolfberry) has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for about 1,900 years to treat inflammation and skin diseases. These red berries are high in calcium, iron, zinc, selenium, riboflavin, and vitamin C.

Banana Chips

Banana Chips

Dried and enrobed in honey | $0.40 (0.80oz)

Originally cultivated in Southeast Asia, our bananas are grown right here in the US. The dried chips are very sweet with an intense banana flavor. Bananas are especially rich in potassium and vitamin C.

Cherries

Cherries

Our cherries make you very merry | $0.80 (0.65 oz)

In addition to being rich in potassium ,vitamin C, and vitamin B , research has shown that cherry consumption can help the body prevent heart disease and cancer, as well as provide pain relief and improved bone health.

Apple

Apple

Great for keeping the doctor away! | $0.40 (0.50oz)

The health benefits of apples are too numerous to list here—but that’s not why you should eat them. The apple is the most popular fruit in North America simply because it’s delicious. Something fun to know about apples: like human beings, they are heterozygous. This simply means that planting apple seeds will create trees completely different from their parents. And here you thought you were unique!

Apricots

Apricots

Moist, tender, and universally popular | $0.40 (0.80oz)

Apricots have been a highly prized fruit for 4000 years. First cultivated in China, most apricots today (including ours) are grown in California. Apricots are high in vitamin A, fiber, and carotene. They may also help prevent certain types of cancer.

Raisins

Raisins

A breakfast cereal classic | $0.30 (0.80oz)

Always sweet and delicious, raisins contain numerous antioxidants and are especially high in iron. Raisins are 60% sugar by weight (naturally occurring), making them an excellent choice to sweeten a cereal while avoiding refined sugars.

Golden Raisins

Golden Raisins

Lovely and delicious | $0.40 (0.80oz)

Golden raisins come from high quality Sultana grapes. They are dried in a light-free environment to avoid the darkening effect of sunlight. Like dark raisins, they are chock-full of antioxidants and iron.

Goldenberries

Goldenberries

Sweet and full of protein | $1.30 (0.50oz)

Also known as the Cape Gooseberry or ground cherry, the goldenberry is a close relative of the tomatillo. It looks like a yellow raisin, but with a tropical tangy-sweet taste. In folk traditions, the goldenberry has been used as a medicine for cancer, malaria, asthma, hepatitis, dermatitis and rheumatism.

Figs

Figs

An intense, rich blend of crunchy seeds and soft flesh | $0.40 (0.80oz)

Figs have been with us since antiquity--the oldest known living plant is a fig tree planted in a Sri Lankan temple 2300 years ago! High quality figs were held in such esteem by the Greeks that they created laws forbidding their export. In ancient Rome, they were thought of as a sacred fruit (after all, the taste is divine!). Figs are an excellent source of dietary fiber, iron, calcium, and phosphorus.

Pineapple

Pineapple

The taste of sunlight! A golden delight | $0.60 (0.60oz)

Our dried pineapple pieces are not only lip-smacking good, but also a terrific source of manganese, Vitamin C, and Vitamin B1. The pineapple fruit is viewed by some cultures as a symbol of welcoming, making this fruit the perfect choice for a personalized host gift!

Papaya

Papaya

An exotic way to start the day | $0.60 (0.80oz)

A sweet, unusual taste--Christopher Columbus called papaya "fruit of the angels". Papayas are rich sources of carotene, vitamin C, vitamin B, folate, potassium, magnesium, and fiber. Papaya is contraindicated for pregnant women.

Dates

Dates

Start the day off on a romantic note | $0.40 (0.90oz)

Rich, dark dates have been a dietary staple of many cultures for over 5,000 years. Taste ours, and you’ll see why. Dates have been used historically as medicine for intestinal troubles, sore throats, colds, and fever relief. Dried dates are very low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium. They are also a good source of dietary fiber and manganese.

Fuyu Persimmons

Fuyu Persimmons

Straight from a Chinese martial arts movie | $1.00 (0.5oz)

Ours are a spicy, sweet, Chinese varietal grown in California. The Persimmon was known in ancient Greece as the "fruit of the Gods." According to the Odyssey: "it was so delicious that those who ate it forgot about returning home and wanted to stay and eat them". Described as tasting like apricot dusted with cinnamon, the Fuyu Persimmon is a tantalizing addition to your cereal mix. High in fiber and vitamin A.

Pears

Pears

First rate, always great (it might be fate!) | $0.60 (0.60oz)

Our pears are locally sourced with a lovely and distinct yet mild flavor that blends well with other ingredients. First cultivated by the Romans and still popular today, pears are an excellent source of dietary fiber and a good source of vitamin C and potassium.

Peaches

Peaches

The Queen Mum says they’re yum | $0.60 (0.50oz)

The Persians brought the peach from China and passed it on to the Romans. The peach was brought to America by Spanish explorers in the sixteenth century and eventually made it to England and France in the seventeenth century, where it was a popular but rare treat. In Queen Victoria's day, no meal was complete without a fresh peach presented in a fancy cotton napkin. Peaches are rich in potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C.

Nectarines

Nectarines

A burst of orange and yellow tones! | $0.80 (0.60oz)

Plums

Plums

Not your grandma’s prune! | $0.50 (0.80oz)

With a sumptuous and intense flavor, our plums make you sit up and say “good morning!” Recent research shows that dried plums may also be effective for curbing the growth of many food borne pathogens. Rich in antioxidants, our plums are also a good source of vitamins A and C, potassium, and fiber.


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