Diced Dried Apricots


Low on time with your busy schedule? These diced dried Blenheim apricots are perfect for the busy bee or baker in the family! The pre-diced convenience makes it super simple to add them to your favorite trail mix while you are on the go. Or for the baker in your family, the hassle of having to cut up dried apricots is gone. These perfectly diced dried apricots can be added to your favorite recipe in no time.

Available in 1 lb. & 4 lb. resealable bags and 25 lb. bulk cases.

Made with sun-dried Blenheim apricots. No sugar added dried fruit!

DRIED APRICOT INGREDIENTS: California Blenheim Apricots, Sulfur Dioxide*

 *We believe dried fruit should smell and taste like fruit, not sulfur! We use only enough to maintain color and juicy freshness. Unsulfured dried apricots are available by request. 


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Weight 1.70 LBS


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Moist, Flavorful Apricots

When I was young (1970’s), we had a relative in California who would send us 10 pounds of dried apricots in a large bag every year or so. They were wonderful — chewy, tart/sweet and flavorful. It was not until B&R Farms that I found apricots that taste like those did. Way to go, B&R Farms!
Posted by Sharen Teesdale, 19th Dec 2017

Always great product!!

Have ordered many times and always consistent in taste, good value for the money. Many thanks for all of the hard work that goes into having such a tasty treat!!
Posted by Marie G. Mills, 5th Dec 2017

Great time saver!

For years I've been making apricot spread (puree) from dried apricots by steaming them in the microwave and pureeing in the food processor. We add this to yogurt, oatmeal, or spread it on bread. Using the diced apricots makes the job much faster. When I told B&R Farms what I intended to use my order for, the nice woman who took my order suggested adding candied ginger to the apricots. Cooked in orange juice and with candied ginger added, the apricot puree is even more delicious.
Posted by undefined, 24th Jan 2017