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Flavor Facts
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Apricot

Apricots are beneficial in helping to fight fever. You can prepare a liquid with apricot, water and dilute it with a little honey to help get you back to health in no time.

Cherry

Cherries are fat, sodium, & cholesterol-free and a good source of Vitamin C, potassium, and are rich in antioxidants. Darker cherries have higher antioxidant and vitamin levels than lighter ones.

Mixed Fruits

Red currants can be eaten fresh, cooked or dried. They are delicious when combined with spices such as cinnamon, vanilla, cream, citrus fruits, strawberries and raspberries.

Orange Marmalade

After chocolate and vanilla, orange is the world's favorite flavor with around 85% of all oranges produced being used for juice.

Pineapple

One pineapple plant produces only one pineapple every 2 years. And Each pineapple is actually a cluster of about 200 “fruitlets” all fused together!

Raspberry

Raspberries are a member of the rose family. They are sold by color not variety.

Strawberry

Strawberries are the only fruit that wear their seeds on the outside. The ancient Romans thought strawberries had medicinal powers.

Apricot

To select ripe apricots, look for fruit with a rich, orange color, not pale yellow or green, that's a little soft to the touch.

Cherry

Cherry tree produces about 7,000 cherries, which is about thirty pies’ worth!

Kiwi

The firmer the kiwi fruit, the more tart it will taste! To speed up the ripening process, you can place kiwis in a paper bag with an apple or banana.

Mixed Fruits

Red Currant is high in vitamin C, an essential nutrient that will protect your skin from free radicals and help to keep it young and beautiful.

Pineapple

Pineapple fruit and juice are jam packed with both vitamin A and B helping to alleviate a number of health related issues.

Raspberry

A handful of raspberries can give your mood an instant lift! This fruit is a rich source of Vitamin B and folic acid that helps fight depression and other mood disorders.

Strawberry

Strawberries help to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancers. They are low in calories and high in vitamins C, B6, K, fiber, folic acid. Research suggests that people who load up on strawberries before exercising have greater endurance and burn more calories.

Mango

Mangoes are the most widely eaten fruit in the world. The mango tree is long-lived and some trees have been known to bear fruit for 300 years.

Pineapple

Pineapple fruit and juice are jam packed with both vitamin A and B helping to alleviate a number of health related issues.

Apricot

One apricot has only 17 calories. Apricots are an excellent source of vitamin A and a good source of vitamin C, dietary fiber, and potassium.

Mixed Fruit

Red currants are fat free, low-calorie and have 4 times more vitamin C than oranges. Just one serving of red currants gives you 8% of your recommended daily value of dietary fiber, 2 % of the recommended daily value of calcium and 4% of iron.

Raspberry

Raspberries are dense in nutrient content like antioxidants, fiber, iron, magnesium, potassium & zinc. Amongst other benefits, they can help to improve eye vision, immunity and promote healthy weight loss.

Strawberry

Strawberries are packed with vitamin C, containing 100 percent of our daily recommended intake.