Dried fruits provide you with a valuable, concentrated source of vitamins and minerals. Dried fruits are a good or very good source of dietary fibre, are fat-free (or virtually fat-free) and sodium-free (or virtually sodium-free).
One portion of dried fruit is about 30g (just over 1oz). Eating dried fruit within the context of a healthy diet such as the Mediterranean diet is a convenient way of getting some of your 5-a-day. Key features of the Mediterranean diet include eating lots of whole grains, vegetables, legumes, nuts, fruit, monounsaturated fats and fish and eating red and processed meats and drinking red wine in moderation.
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Premium dried diced apricots. Sweet, tart and tangy.
Perfect for baking cakes, puddings, desserts and specialty breads. Diced apricots are great for adding a fruity sweetness to savoury recipes too. Learn More
Moist and sticky chopped dates with a rich toffee flavour. Great for baking cakes, breads and flapjacks and a must-have for homemade sticky toffee pudding.
Chopped dates are great to drop into salads and add to savoury dishes like tagines. Learn More
Diced crystallised ginger. Warming chunks of ginger in a raw cane sugar coating. Perfect for a fat- and sodium-free sweet treat.
Crystallised ginger also adds a wonderful spicy sweetness to puddings and desserts. Learn More
Sweet cubes of papaya with an aromatic flavour and a butter-like consistency.
Diced papaya is great as a healthy snack and for using in savoury and sweet dishes. Adds texture to mixed fruit smoothies.
Christopher Columbus referred to papaya as the “fruit of the angels”. Learn More
Sweet and fragrant chunks of dried pineapple. Use diced pineapple to make your own trail mix.
If you’re a baker you’ll find that these diced pineapple pieces convenient for adding to a range of cakes, puddings and desserts. Learn More
Sweet, plump, whole raisins with deep toffee notes. Keep a stash in your store cupboard for baking bread, cakes, biscuits and muffins.
Raisins are wonderful in savoury dishes too, such as fruity tagines. Learn More
Seedless, succulent, sweet sultanas. Almost honey-like in flavour. Sultanas are essential for your store cupboard if you’re a home baker of cakes and bread.
Sultanas are also excellent in savoury dishes like curries, tagines and cous cous. Learn More
Taste the sun-kissed tropics with this sumptuous blend of papaya, pineapple, coconut, dates and apricots.
Our Tropical Fruit Salad is packed with vitamins, minerals, and fibre.
A fruity sweet fix without the fat. Keep some in the office or add to lunchboxes. Learn More
Whole, red, sweet and plump glace cherries.
When you want something sweet and succulent to put both in your cake and on your cake, our glace cherries will do the trick nicely.
They are perfect for baking cakes, gateaux, tarts, biscuits and flapjacks. Learn More
Our dried unsulphured apricots are preservative-free. Naturally dark and flavoursome because they do not contain sulphur dioxide. Learn More