Mixed fruit, spiced nuts and granola


Mixed πƒπ„π‡π˜πƒπ‘π€π“π„πƒ π…π‘π”πˆπ“π’, spices nuts and granola 55gram.

πƒπ„π‡π˜πƒπ‘π€π“π„πƒ π…π‘π”πˆπ“π’ can be a mix of apples, guava, orange and mango, depending on season and availbility.

No added sugar, no sulfite (YUCKS), no additives

Are πƒπ„π‡π˜πƒπ‘π€π“π„πƒ π…π‘π”πˆπ“π’ good for me? Don't trust us, trust those guys at Harvard.

https://www.health.harvard.edu/.../is-eating-dried-fruit...

Quote - Dried fruits also contain more fiber and more of the antioxidants called phenols than fresh fruit, per ounce. Fiber fights heart disease, obesity, and some types of cancer (although its possible protective effect against colon cancer is controversial). People with diets rich in plant phenols have lower rates of heart disease, diabetes, several kinds of cancer, and possibly degenerative brain diseases.

RM 4.90