Definition

Dried apricots are a flat, light to dark orange dried fruit. Sulfur dioxide-treated dried apricots (sulphured) are light orange and softer than their unsulphured counterparts, which ave a dark colour. See: Apricot

Health considerations

Dried apricots are a source of iron, potassium, and vitamin A. Dried apricots are a relatively concentrated source of sugar. See: Apricot

Keep in mind

Individuals sensitive to sulfur should avoid light-coloured dried apricots. Generally the lighter the colour, the more sulfur dioxide has been used.

May be found in

Trail mix, sold as is, granola, muesli

References

Fruits of Turkey
Self Nutrition Data

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