New in the Market: Fruit Bliss Soft Dried Fruit

by Jo-Ann Heslin, MA, RD, CDN on September 24, 2012 · 2 comments

We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some don’t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think.

Fruit Bliss is a Brooklyn-based company that offers soft dried fruits for healthy snacking. The flavors – figs, apricots, plums, fruit medley and mini apricots – are preservative free, all natural and slightly rehydrated to give them a soft, moist mouth feel. It is recommended that the package be refrigerated after opening. The higher moisture content could allow mold to form if stored in the kitchen cabinet.

The figs and plums are sourced from Turkey and the apricots come from France. The fruits are packaged in 6-ounce resealable pouches. The mini apricots come in 1.76-ounce individual bags that would be good for lunch or a snack on-the-go. The brand is NonGMO verified, certified vegan and kosher certified (OU). The company donates 5% of its profits to worthy causes such as the New York Coalition for Healthy School Food.

These are excellent dried fruits because they are soft and moist. They would make a great baking addition because they would not need to be plumped before adding to a batter.

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DINCER SALDIRIS September 8, 2013 at 3:47 pm

HELLO LADY/SIR

OUR NEW CROP DRIED FIGS HAS JUST COME OUT .PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB SITE TO GET MORE INFO ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS. http://www.yaziciincir.com
WE ARE READY AND EAGER FOR COOPERATION AND TO DO BUSINESS.
BEST WISHES AND REGARDS.

DINCER SALDIRIS
YAZICI FIGS EXPORT MANAGER
MOBILE:0090-535-7276580
TELEPHONE:0090-256-5854334

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Fabien August 17, 2015 at 6:57 am

Congratulation that you can sell high buy low. However, as long as there is money going in and out of your portfolio, it is hard to comapre its performance with a benchmark by comparing its asset with the index. Example your did buy 3328 on 16/9 for the eternal set. I don’t mean you exaggerate your performance, i mean you should find a more scientific way to verify your statement. May be your portfolio actually down only 10%. The apparent 20% drop is due to withdrawal of money for other use. BTW, congratulation !

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