From dried banana chips to dried cherries to crystallized ginger and other exotic flavors, our dried fruit selection is tantalizing. And the best part about it is that you can eat dried fruits year-round, as they are always “in season.”
Whether it be savoring our succulent dates, snacking on our dried blueberries or dried cranberries, cooking, or baking with our sun-dried tomatoes, we are certain you will love the quality of our dried fruits. And don’t forget to try goji berries for a dose of antioxidants, or prunes, dried apricots, and organic coconut for fiber.
Dried Fruits in Turkish Cuisine
In Ottoman cuisine, fruit frequently accompanied meat as a side dish. Plums, apricots, pomegranates, pears, apples, grapes, and figs, along with many kinds of citrus are the most frequently used fruit, either fresh or dried, in Turkish cuisine. Here you can find any dried fruits.
We are constantly sampling from different growers in search of the most tantalizing and delicious assortment to add to our selection of dried fruits.