2-3 pieces of turkish dried apricots should be taken on alternative days. People having asthma or sulphite allergies should avoid these, and rather opt for Afghani apricots by Jain dry fruits. Turkish dried apricots are used in millions of recipes and cuisines all over the world. Their wide application, health benefits, and fruity taste, makes them a customer favourite.
Turkish dried apricots should be stored in a cool and dry place.
They should be kept away from hot and humid places, as their taste changes and shelf life decreases.
Refrigeration is recommended for longer life.
They must be covered or kept in airtight containers, so as to avoid contact with micro organisms.
Turkish apricots are considered very good for the skin. The combination of vitamin C, A and phytonutrients ensure good skin.
Apricots strengthen the bones as they are packed with both calcium and potassium.
The dietary fibre in the fruit improves the digestive system, which helps to increase the digestive system metabolism.
Apricots are heart-friendly fruits, as they are high on fiber content. They help to reduce the bad cholesterol content in the body, hence keeping the heart protected.
Apricots are highly beneficial for our ophthalmic health. Being rich in vitamin A, with carotene and lutein, it helps prolong vision in people suffering from retinitis pigmentosa. It also delays loss of peripheral vision.
Average shelf life of turkish apricots is 6-8 months. However freezing the same, can make them last up to two years.
Apricots are those beautifully orange colored fruits full of beta-carotene and fiber. Relatives to peaches, apricots are small, golden orange fruits with velvety skin and flesh, not too juicy but definitely smooth and sweet. Their flavour is almost musky, with a faint tartness that lies somewhere between a peach and a plum. Apricots are rich in many plant antioxidants. Turkish apricots are a rich source of vitamin A, calcium, potassium and iron, besides being a good source of fiber, sugar, carbohydrates and saturated fats. They make a delicious snack, as they are relatively low in calories and fat. These apricots are treated with SO2 in order to provide colour retention and longer shelf life.
Jain dry fruits sell premium quality of these turkish apricots to its customers stationed in all corners of India.