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Product overview:


Dates are sweet, chewy fruits often with a glossy exterior, harvested from the date palm tree. Characterised by their rich caramel-like flavour, dates are commonly consumed on their own, added to dishes for natural sweetness, or used in confectionery and baked goods.

Desiccated Coconut

Desiccated coconut is a finely grated, dried form of coconut flesh, having a mild sweetness and a pleasantly nutty flavour with a crisp, chewy texture. It is commonly used in baking and confectionery, enriching recipes with a tropical essence. It’s a versatile ingredient for cookies, cakes, and other desserts, and is also a popular choice for granolas, cereal bars, and savoury dishes.

Dry Apple

Dry apple typically refers to apple slices or pieces that have been dehydrated to remove the majority of their water content. With a concentrated sweetness and a chewy texture, dry apples are used as a snack, in cereals, baking, or cooking. They retain much of the fruit’s original flavour and nutrition, providing a source of fibre and vitamins in a convenient, shelf-stable form. Dry apples are also used as an ingredient in trail mixes, granola bars, and can be reconstituted in liquid for use in recipes.

Dry Apricot

Dry apricots are apricot fruits that have been dehydrated to remove moisture, resulting in a longer shelf life and a concentrated flavour. These chewy treats are a popular snack and ingredient, known for their sweet, tart taste and bright orange colour. High in fibre and nutrients, they’re often used in trail mixes, baking, compotes, and can also be rehydrated for use in various dishes.

Dry Figs

Dry figs are the fruit of the fig tree that have been dried to preserve them. They are known for their sweet taste, chewy texture, and slight crunchiness from their seeds. High in dietary fibre and a source of essential minerals, dried figs are a nutritious snack and a versatile ingredient in both sweet and savoury dishes. They are commonly used in baking, salads, and as a natural sweetener.


Pistachios are vibrant green kernels with a unique, slightly sweet taste and crunchy texture. Pistachios are commonly enjoyed as roasted snacks, in confectionery, or as flavourful accents in culinary dishes.


Raisins are dried grapes, characterised by their dark, wrinkled appearance and natural sweetness. With a chewy texture and a concentrated sugary flavour, they serve as both a snack and ingredient. Raisins are commonly added to cereals, baked goods, salads, and both sweet and savoury dishes.

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