The benefits of buying dried fruits
Sense Asia is represented by a fine collection of dried mango, dragon fruit and durian. We chose that type of fruit for many reasons: dried fruits are just as easy to eat on trips, as at home. Moreover, dried fruits are not picky about the export conditions, so wherever you are in the world, you can enjoy your dried snack from distant Vietnam at its very best.
The long shelf life of the fruit
Raw fruits usually keep their nutritional value for about half a year; vacuum-packed dried fruits may be kept for 30 months! If packages are not hermetic, dried mango keeps its nutritional value for a year. Dried fruits don’t need special storage conditions – you can keep them wherever you want in your home!
Dried fruits do not take up a lot of space! With fresh fruits it is vital that you prepare a special place for keeping them at just the right temperature. But this does not apply to dried fruits! They’re smaller and easier to keep. You can pick any place in your home and fill it with your healthy snacks.
Retention of nutrition
After the dehydration process, the fruits keep more of their vitamins and minerals. Dried mango contains great quantities of carotene, 12 types of amino acids and fructose. This product can normalize the work of digestion — it even stabilises metabolism.
Dried dragon fruit is a good antioxidant due to the large quantity of vitamin C. It keeps its sweetness in a dried condition. Young dragon fruits are carefully chosen for the dehydration process without adding nutritional supplements. So the dried dragon fruit tastes just like the fresh variety.
Due to fullness of vitamins, dried durian has a really positive impact on skin and hair condition. It contains organic sulphur, which saturates the fruit with sweetness and interesting aromas. Organic sulphur is a good antioxidant too, so that snack is perfect for supporting your immune system’s protection from harmful substances.
Try a healthy fruit collection from Sense Asia!
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