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Apricots Jumbo California


The most plump and juicy apricots on the market.  High in Vitamin A and a good source of iron, potassium, fiber, and Vitamin E.  These apricots are sweet with just a hint of tart.  These are the preferred apricot when it comes to baking.
Fat Free
Gluten Free
Product of USA

Additional Information

Serving Size .6 oz
Calories 38
Calories from Fat 0
Total Fat (g) 0 g
Total Fat (%) 0%
Saturated Fat (g) 0 g
Saturated Fat (%) 0%
Cholesterol (mg) 0 mg
Cholesterol (%) 0%
Sodium (mg) 0 mg
Sodium (%) 0%
Total Carbohydrate (g) 10 g
Total Carbohydrate (%) 3%
Dietary Fiber (g) 1 g
Dietary Fiber (%) 5%
Sugars (g) 6 g
Protein (g) .4 g
Vitamin A (%) 23%
Vitamin C (%) 1%
Calcium (%) 1%
Iron (%) 4%
Ingredients Apricots, sulphur dioxide.
Storage Instructions

Jumbo Apricots are best kept in cool dry storage at temperature between 48 to 52 degrees, for a longer shelf life store at 32 degrees or less. Shelf life for jumbo apricots is to be used within 12 months for optimal quality.

Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
California Apricots

These were great. Tart like they should be not like the Turkish or Mediterranean. Arrived in 2 days with standard shipping. Will be reordered many times since I can’t buy them in local stores. Thanks !!

Rachel Glenn
Lower Carb Apricots

These apricots are a great go-to snack. As a Type-2 Diabetic, I appreciate that they have a lower carb count than most dried fruit, including other dried apricots. They are a good afternoon pick-me-up.

Stanley Potoczak
Fruit and snacks

Always fresh and delivered timely

Tangy perfection!

These apricots are so gosh darn good I'll be ordering on repeat. Large size, tangy apricots full of flavor. Great for snacking and recipes.

Blair Halpern
Dried Apricots - Not Jumbo

The "Jumbo" California dried apricots are far from Jumbo, but were delicious nonetheless. I would buy them again because they have become so hard to find. All I can find locally are the Turkish apricots which I don't prefer.

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