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It's Delish California Dried Apricots

Try our delicious, CALIFORNIA DRIED APRICOTS manufactured in our state of the art facility in North Hollywood, California. It's Delish!TM is a family-owned business that has been concocting and delivering delicious products for the last two decades. Our Dried Apricot fruit contains the same nutritional qualities as the original fresh fruit.

Benefits:
  • Apricots are a great source of many antioxidants, including beta carotene and vitamins A, C, and E.
  • Rich in Fiber
  • Good for Your Heart, Blood & Skin
  • It’s Diet-Friendly
  • It Strengthens Your Bones

Apricot Nutrition Value

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, a 100-gram serving of apricot has 48 calories, 1.40 grams protein, 0.39 grams fat, 11.12 grams carbs, 2 grams fiber, and 9.20 grams of sugar.

 

 

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DH
07/13/2021
Dennis H.
United States
OK Apricots

These were just so - so. Not very sweet and on the small size. Will order again but with some hesitation.

BJ
05/27/2021
Betsy J.
United States United States
Delicious apricots

I had been looking for California apricots for months but could only find Mediterranean or Turkish ones at the stores. So I finally found these online and am glad I did. They are so good and came promptly. I will be buying again. I made a Gateau Breton with them. Yum yum!

TF
04/23/2021
Ted F.
United States United States
California dried apricots

Excellent flavor, at an excellent price. We use them for high energy snacks, and in baking.

DP
01/18/2021
Dennis P.
United States United States
Appricotts

Loved!

BH
01/18/2021
Blair H.
United States United States
Delicious but . . .

The apricots were perfectly delicious, but the smallest ones I have ever seen. I guess they were baby apricots when they were harvested.