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Nuts & Dried Fruit

Nuts & Dried Fruit

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  1. New Sykomaida Fig Roll Quick View

    Sykomaida Fig Roll

    $8.99/EA
    In the small village of Orei, in the Greek island Evia, wildly juicy figs are plucked by hand in July and August, and slowly dried in the sun. Then they're mixed with walnuts, honey and wine, by hand in small batches in the USA, to create this Sykomaida. A wonderful friend to cheese; way better than any protein bar. [Sulfate and additive free] Read More
  2. Dried Blueberries (4 oz) Quick View

    Dried Blueberries (4 oz)

    $14.99/EA
    All Good provisions of Park City, UT, is here to provide certified orgnaic, non-GMO tastiness in the form of dried fruit and nuts. Not only are these snackable, bakeable treats good for you, they're good for the earth, too, with portions of the proceeds going to the '1% For the Planet Foundation", which preserve and restore natural environments. Read More
  3. Bobbysue's Nuts Quick View

    Bobbysue's Nuts

    $12.99/EA
    Made in New York with love by Bobbysue herself, these nuts are full of flavor and heart. Read More
  4. Dried Cherries Quick View

    Made by Murray's
    Dried Cherries

    $5.99/EA
    Details coming soon... but these are delicious! Read More
  5. Medjool Dates Quick View

    Made by Murray's
    Medjool Dates

    $8.99/EA
    Let's focus on how sweet and candy-like these dates are. Being fruit, and not actually candy, you can assuage a little guilt while merrily snacking away. Read More
  6. California Shelled Walnuts Quick View

    Made by Murray's
    California Shelled Walnuts

    $6.99/EA
    You need walnuts. They go with cheese, in baked goods, in salads, and are a good substitute for pine nuts in pesto. Read More
  7. New Dried Blenheim Apricots (6 oz) Quick View

    Dried Blenheim Apricots (6 oz)

    $9.99/EA
    In danger of disappearing just a few short years ago, America's own Blenheim is having a long-overdue resurgence. Harvested at the height of summer ripeness, they're honey-sweet and wonderfully versatile. Read More

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