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Apricot Kernels

Organic Apricots Kernels

Organic Apricots Kernels

Golden. Fragrant. Sweet. These are three words that best describe apricots. And, just lately, we can add one more adjective to that list: highly nutritious.

Aside from offering a unique flavour, the nutritional profile of apricots is also impressive. A lot of health benefits await those who regularly include it in their diet.

Origin: Turkey
Available as: Kernels Bitter; Kernels Sweet
Good for: cognitive function and development, body iron transport and metabolism, energy-yielding metabolism, red blood cells and haemoglobin, body oxygen transport, immune system, tiredness and fatigue
Nutrition: Vitamin B17, Iron, Vitamin C, Potassium and Carotenoids
Directions for use: Can be eaten as is, or alternatively grind 2-3 kernels and sprinkled onto food or a salad. Caution: Do not consume more than 2-3 kernels per day. Keep out of the reach of children. Pregnant and nursing women should not consume apricot kernels.

What is it?

When ripe, apricots have a golden-orange color like a sunset in the summer. They have a mild, sweet taste with a hint of tartness—similar to plums—and a velvety surface. This stone fruit is actually a drupe with a single pit located at the centre of its crunchy flesh.

Apricots, which have an Asian origin, grow on small deciduous trees that thrive in well-drained, sloping soils. During the springtime, apricot trees produce beautiful white-pink flowers. Close relatives of apricots include nectarines, plums, and peaches.

Apricots have a long history dating back about 4,000 years to the mountain slopes of China, where it was an important food crop. It was a well-known fruit in Greece as far back as 60BC, where it was referred to as “golden eggs of the sun”. The Greeks brought apricots to Armenia, the Mediterranean and Europe, but it was Spanish explorers who brought them to the US in the 1700s.

Today, there are many countries aside from China, Spain, and Greece that commercially produce apricots. These include New Zealand, South America, Turkey, France, Russia, USA, Italy, Syria, and Iran.

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