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Dried Fruit & Nut Gift Baskets

Dried fruit is usually sweeter than fresh fruit. Although they each have the same amount of natural sugars, the volume of the dried fruit is less than that of the fresh fruit so that dried fruits tend to taste sweeter on the tongue bite-for-bite. You can think of dried fruit as “nature’s candy”, a delicious treat with all the nutrients of fruit! Our dried fruit and nut gift baskets are perfect for snacking any time of the day.

Our dried fruit gift baskets are some of our most popular gift items. Less perishable than fresh fruit, most of our dry fruit baskets can be shipped by standard ground service at no cost to our customers. Our dried fruit and nut gift baskets can last a long time so that they may be enjoyed over several weeks. We offer a wide range of price options with a variety of ingredients so that you can find just the right size and just the right combination of dried fruit, nuts, and even a chocolate treat for your recipient.

We also offer exclusively organic dried fruit gifts, some of which include a selection of organic mixed nuts. Our chocolate-dipped dried fruit gifts in three sizes are a singular treat merging dark chocolate with the natural sweetness of a variety of dried fruit. Or you might prefer to send our dried fruit gift that includes something sweet and chocolatey. Our assortment of dried fruit and nut baskets are designed to offer something for everyone.

Eating nuts may save your life, according to the New York Times:

"The more often nuts were consumed, the less likely participants were to die of cancer, heart disease and respiratory disease, and not because nut eaters succumbed to other diseases. Those who ate nuts seven or more times a week were 20 percent less likely to die from 1980 to 2010; even among those who consumed nuts less often than once a week, the death rate was 11 percent lower than for those who did not eat them."  NYTimes 12/9/2013