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Organic Dried Fruit at Naturally Good Food

Organic Dried Fruit from Naturally Good FoodWe like to offer a full range of dried fruit, most of which is Soil Association Organic standard. We pack a great deal of dried fruit ourselves and can offer many combinations of sizes, with a standard 10% case discount on all purchases.

Included in our organic dried fruit range are:

  • Apple rings
  • Apricots
  • Bananas
  • Blueberries
  • Cherries
  • Cranberries
  • Currants
  • Dates
  • Figs
  • Mango
  • Pears
  • Pineapple
  • Prunes
  • Raisins
  • Sulltanas

 

In addition, in this section we have crystallised ginger, mixed peel and mixed fruit. Our full listing of dried fruit is contained on this page: just scroll up for the product range and down for a quick guide to the dried fruit on offer, where we list our bulk or whole range of dried fruit.

In addition to our usual list, we stock Goji Berries in various sizes, when we can obtain these. Unfortunately, we are unable to obtain them in organic form.

 

Dried Fruit in Cakes

 

There is nothing quite like a piece of home-made fruit cake with a cup of tea in the afternoon! With our wide range of organic dried fruit, you can make the cake that is just right for you. With our mixed fruit, you have a ready selection of the best in dried fruit. On the recipe page you will find some good recipe ideas to try.

Naturally Good Food Guide to Organic Dried Fruit

Drying is the oldest process of preserving food and was developed in the time when only organic fruit was available. With organic dried fruit, you simply get the fruit, without sulphur dioxide (which is sometimes used as a drying agent in non-organic fruit). Much of the conventional fruit we eat still has pesticide residues on the skin -  in many dried, non-organic fruits, where you eat the skin, you will consume much of the pesticides, residues or contaminates that remain on the skins of the fruit.

One of the great things with organic dried fruit is that you can enjoy fruit from around the world all year round. As the fruit is not air-freighted, the environmental impact is much less than it would otherwise be. If you choose the Fairtrade option, you can also help with development issues relating to the fruit's producers.

Dried fruit, like fresh fruit, can be rich in vitamins and minerals (calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, copper and manganese).

Dried fruit may have a more intense flavour than fresh fruit, due to the lack of water.

 

Organic Dried Fruit as part of Your Five a Day

Eating dried fruit can count as part of your five a day. The UK Food Standards Agency states: 'Dried fruit, including raisins, is a healthy choice if you want a snack, because it's full of fibre and vitamins and counts towards your daily fruit and veg portions. Prunes and dried apricots contain beta-carotene, while figs, prunes, raisins, sultanas and dried apricots are good sources of iron.'

While the most recent research suggests that eating five a day only cuts down the risk of cancer by about 2.5%, it notes that eating lots of fruit and vegetables may provide protection against cardiovascular disease. Cancer UK concluded from this:

 

'It's still a good idea to eat your five-a-day, but remember that fruits and vegetables are pieces in a much larger lifestyle jigsaw.'

 

How big a portion counts

Again, the UK Food Standards Agency gives some good advice: 'A portion of dried fruit is smaller than a portion of fresh fruit. Half to one tablespoon of raisins counts as one portion of fruit and veg.'

Organic Dried Fruit as a Snack

If you are trying to lose weight, you need to cut out unhealthy snacks. Try substituting dried fruit. Unlike fresh fruit, this always travels well and you can keep in your desk or bag to snack on. If you choose the organic option, it is less likely to have added sugar. Changing your snacking habit is only a small lifestyle change - but it could make a big difference to your health.

Eat Food not Supplements

It is important to eat a range of food, and not rely on supplements for your nutrition - eating dried fruit as part of a balanced diet can provide important nutrients. UK Cancer Research reports: 'There is strong evidence that the nutrients in fruit and vegetables do not reduce the risk of cancer when they are taken as supplements. High doses of supplements could even have harmful effects.' The other important point to make is that supplements are boring, but food is fun!

A guide to individual fruits, including our great range of organic dried fruit:

 

 

Organic Apple Rings

Dried apple rings:  Crazy Jack Organic apple rings are naturally a bit darker than conventional apple pieces, as they have not been treated with additives to preserve the colour. They are great for snacking on straight from the pack, or can add sweetness to a dish when cooking. Alternatively, they can be soaked and used as compote. Because they have been dried, they tend to hold their shape quite well once cooked and do not 'mash' easily like fresh apple.

Organic Apricots

Dried apricots: all our dried apricots are organic. There are three options to choose from: you can have our own organic apricots, packed in various sizes, or purchase Crazy Jack apricots, in both the traditional and the 'Ready to Eat' range. As all our dried apricots are organic, they are naturally dark, as they have not been treated with sulphur dioxide as a preservative. The result is that all have a rich, dark and intense flavour - deliciously sweet. Dried naturally in the sun, they have a firm texture and are perfect for snacks - keep them in a desk for a mid-morning snack, or take them out in the fresh air when walking! Our apricots are also a good source of fibre. Dried organic apricots are much closer to fresh apricots than conventional dried apricots: move to the organic dried fruit aisle and you will appreciate the difference.

Dried Bananas

Dried bananas: we sell both organic and non-organic banana chips. Our organic banana chips are from Crazy Jack and are unsweetened and air-dried. Our other option is the Tropical Wholefoods Fairtrade Chewy Banana chips - these again are air-dried, and being Fairtrade, you know the producers are getting a fair price.

Dried Blueberries

Dried blueberries: we stock both our own packed blueberries, which we source from Community Foods, and Crazy Jack blueberries. Both options are organic. These blueberries are natural, small, dark berries with a strong, intense flavour. They grow best in cold wet, northern climates and can endure temperatures as low as -20°C. They are a favourite snack of bears, birds and other creatures, including humans! Sugar has been added to preserve the fruit and keep it soft enough to eat straight from the pack (without sugar, the blueberries would be excessively dry and hard). Dried blueberries are a good store-cupboard dried fruit.

 

Dried Cherries

Cherries: if cake-baking is your thing, we have some great glace cherries, both organic and non-organic. The Crazy Jack Organic Glace Cherries are infused with organic sugar to preserve them. They have no added colours, so are not the typical bright red you would expect from other sources, but are perfect for putting on top of Black Forest Gateau. We also stock conventional glace cherries in a variety of sizes.

Dried Cranberries

Dried cranberries: cranberries are well known for their health benefits, especially their antioxidant properties. Our conventionally produced cranberries are available in large bags, making them especially good value. Our organic cranberries come from Crazy Jack and are produced in the USA and Canada. Grown organically, and dried whole, these berries differ from those offered by many other suppliers, as they are not squeezed to extract the juice before they are dried. This accounts for their dark colour and great flavour. It also ensures that they are as nutritionally beneficial as they should be.

Organic Dried currants

Currants: currants are one of the basic dried fruits we are all accustomed to. At Naturally Good Food, we stock Crazy Jack Organic Currants, which come from their traditional home in Greece, around Vostizza, where the finest currants are prepared. Currants are grown from dark red grape varieties and contain very tiny seeds. The dried fruit is very small, wrinkled and black in colour, and the flavour is absolutely gorgeous - unlike any other! Crazy Jack Currants are not as sweet as raisins or sultanas, but have a more perfumed flavour. We also stock our own packed currants, which are all organic and great value.

Organic Dates

Dates: dates are grown in very dry climates and are an incredibly resilient plant. In addition to being high in fibre, they are rich in calcium, sulphur, iron, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, copper and magnesium. As dates are easily digested, they give a quick release of energy. They are also well-known for their laxative properties. Dates can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes, adding texture and flavour, while chopped dates help to retain moisture in cake mixes. Putting your dates in the freezer for an hour before you need to chop them will make them much easier to use. All the dates we sell are organic; we have our own packed in a variety of sizes and, of course, Crazy Jack dates.

Organic Figs

Figs: like dates, figs are a very versatile fruit, and can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. Dried figs are much easier to use than fresh figs, as they are much more robust (also, in the UK, fresh figs are not always available). As dried figs are much bigger than most other dried fruit, they can be easily stuffed with nuts or honey. They can also be added to muffins, cakes and muesli bars. Figs are high in natural simple sugars, minerals and fibre, with large amounts of potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and manganese. Our dried figs are available in our own packs; we also have the Ready to Eat option from Crazy Jack.

Organic Mango

Dried mango: mangoes are one of the most widely grown of tropical fruits and come in a great variety of flavours. At Naturally Good Food, we stock Crazy Jack Organic Mango, which comes from Burkina Faso – one of the world’s financially poorest nations, with severe drought and soil erosion problems. Crazy Jack have a project there which has helped set up some drying ovens for mangos. Just one variety of mango is used (the 'Brooks' variety): this is perfumed and sweet, without too much acid, and no soapiness. The mango is picked when it is very ripe, washed, peeled, sliced by hand and dried on racks. There are no added colours, preservatives, flavours or sugar. Crazy Jack mango pieces will vary in colour and flavour from season to season, as the fruit is not processed to make its appearance uniform (some suppliers add sugar, which masks any variance in flavour, and then add colour to ensure a uniform colour – Crazy Jack do not). Naturally Good Food also stocks the Tropical Wholefoods Mango, which again comes from Burkina Faso.

Organic Dried Pear

Dried organic pear: dried pears are not a commonly used fruit, which is a pity, as they have a sweet, concentrated pear flavour. Perhaps they are not the most appealing of fruit to look at, but these unsulphured organic dried pears have a delicious taste, and a soft but firm texture.

Organic Dried Pineapple

Dried pineapple: as with the dried mango, we stock both Crazy Jack and Tropical Wholefoods dried pineapple. Crazy Jack Organic Pineapple comes mainly from Sri Lanka, but they also source from the Far East and are looking at setting up a project in Kenya. The pineapple is dried without adding sugar and without any preservatives, so it is darker than conventional pineapple. Having no added sugar, it is not so sweet as conventional pineapple, but does taste much more of the original fruit! Crazy Jack look out for good, ripe pineapples, with plenty of colour in the fruit, and with flavour as the essential criterion. Because the product is dried naturally, and the fruit varies from season to season, their pineapple will vary in taste and flavour, but will always be very good. The Tropical Wholefoods Sun-Dried Pineapple is made from Smooth Cayenne pineapples. These are finely sliced and dried in solar driers; they are 100% sugar- and sulphur-free, with a sweet and zingy flavour. Excellent for the digestion too!

Organic prunes

 

Prunes: prunes are dried plums, but not all plums can become prunes. To become a prune, a plum needs to have a soft, thin and sweet skin. In addition, the fruit needs to be full of natural sugar, so that it will preserve well when dried. We choose larger prunes to pack at Naturally Good Food, so that you get a naturally sweet fruit with a soft texture. The combination of fibre, natural sugars and antioxidants in prunes, as well as their great flavour, make them a superb healthy snack for you. We sell both natural dried prunes and the Crazy Jack soft 'Ready to Eat' prunes, which have a higher moisture content. Our prunes do not contain any artificial preservatives, such as potassium sorbate, which can be found in conventional prunes. Dried prunes have a strong 'humectant' - meaning water-absorbing - effect. This means that not only are they good for the digestion, but with the combination of sugars and soluble fibre, make an excellent fat replacement in baking.

Organic raisins

Raisins: raisins are dried grapes; it takes about 4½ kg of grapes to produce about 1 kg of raisins. Our dark raisins are dried directly in the sun, turning the sugars in the grapes a dark colour and giving the raisins a rich caramel flavour. Our raisins are also lightly oiled, to ensure a free-flowing fruit.

Organic sultanas

Sultanas: we stock the Crazy Jack Sultanas, which are sourced from Turkey and come in 375g packs. If you want a larger pack size, we have our own sultanas, packed to Soil Association Organic Standard, in a variety of sizes up to 12.5 kg.

 

Dried mixed fruit: our organic mixed fruit is ideal for baking, containing a mix of the finest sultanas, raisins and currants. If you don't bake frequently, or don't want to mix your own fruit, our mixed fruit is the answer, as it is ready to bake straight from the pack.

 

Mixed peel: our organic mixed peel comes from Crazy Jack; it's a combination of finely diced lemon and orange peel, preserved in syrup. It contains no added colours, flavours or preservatives and is mainly used as a baking ingredient in cake mixes. The lemon peel comes from Sicily and the orange peel either from Spain or Brazil. In addition, we pack our own non-organic mixed peel at Naturally Good Food. If you want larger quantities of mixed peel, please let us know.

 

Ginger: crystallised ginger makes a great snack, especially if you feel a bit queasy. We stock both organic and non-organic ginger, giving you the choice.

Organic Dried Fruit Hints and Tips

Organic Dried fruit Tips and Hints

Below you will find some hints and tips on working with organic dried fruit. Most importantly, remember it should taste good! 

 

  • Crazy Jack Apple Rings are superb added to water when boiling cabbage and then served with roast pork. 
  • If you make a gingerbread man, use currants for his eyes and buttons!
  • Place your dates in the freezer for an hour beforehand to make them easier to chop. Dip your knife in hot water from time to time to stop them sticking.
  • Making date paste: place dates in a bowl, cover with hot water, leave overnight, drain off excess water, then blend to make the paste.
  • Apricots may be substituted for their cousins, peaches and nectarines, in most recipes - feel free to experiment.
  • Dried cherries keep cakes, muffins, and cookies moist. For easier chopping, use an oiled knife or blade.
  • To soften fruit quickly, use steam. Rinse pieces with water and place no more than 2 layers on a steaming rack over about 1 inch of boiling water. Cover pan and steam fruit until soft.
  • Larger fruits, such as apricots, may need some dicing so that the fruit is bite-sized and mixes well into a cake batter.
  • Dried blueberries and apples can be added to pancake batter for a taste only beaten by fresh fruit.
  • Chopped dates can help retain moisture in cake mixes. Also chop and add to porridge before cooking to add flavour and sweetness.
  • If you are a keen runner, cyclist or hill-walker, and plan to go out for an hour or more, take on board real carbohydrates instead of the normal sports drink - try home-made flapjacks or our dried fruit.
  • If you need to stay in hospital, don't forget some dried fruit: you can add it to the rather boring hospital porridge to give a bit of taste. Runny honey also works well on porridge. Clearspring fruit purees, in pots, are another good hospital stand-by, as they are so easy to digest.
  • Dried organic apricots are a good source of nutrition for babies and toddlers: start to introduce them after six months. With organic apricots, you can be sure of avoiding the sulphur used as a preservative in many non-organic apricots. The soft variety are really sweet and will puree fairly easily.
  • Dry adding dried fruit, such as our dried organic mango, to your rice pudding, for a fruity pud.

 

If you have any ideas or hints you think we could add to this section on organic dried fruit, please let us know! 

  • Make some homemade muesli
    Why not make a tasty batch of homemade muesli, using porridge oats, nuts, seeds and dried fruit. Use any leftover dried fruit and nuts - the proportions don't matter that much, and variety is good: the more bits the better! Read more...
  • Manage your larder
    Try to keep your larder and freezer well-stocked with a variety of canned, dried and frozen goods that you know your family love to eat. Read more...
  • An ideal cycle snack
    If you've recently taken up cycling and are looking for a snack halfway round your route, take a few handfuls of mixed organic dried fruit. The fruit travels well, is really good to eat and digests easily. Read more...
  •  Dried Fruit Producers

    In the UK we are among the world's largest consumers of dried fruit, both in terms of total volume and in consumption per head. Therefore, we have the chance to influence the rest of the world, as much of the dried fruit we eat here is imported. So if you have the choice:


    • eat organic dried fruit
    • eat Fairtrade dried fruit.

     At Naturally Good Food we like to offer both these options.

    One of our main organic dried fruit suppliers is Crazy Jack, who in the early 1980s, when there were no organic figs being produced, set up a project with farmers to start their production.

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  • Apricot meringue pie
    Apricots make a surprisingly good meringue pie. As they are part of our organic dried fruit range, you can make this pie all year around. Read more...
  • Organic stuffed dates
    A great nibble, with lots of goodness and taste, combining organic dried fruit and nuts. Read more...
  • Apricot and honey ice-cream
    A lush, home-made ice-cream that can be made all year round, yet gives the taste of summer apricots. Read more...
  • Gluten-free fig and almond bar
    This is a really easy recipe that packs goodness in every mouthful. The figs make it naturally sweet, while the almonds add some crunch. Just don't eat too many - there are lots of calories in these bars! Read more...
  • Organic millet porridge with dried fruit – the slow way
    If you have a slow cooker, then this millet porridge with the addition of dried fruit and coconut might be for you. You could experiment with other cereals in the slow cooker too, adding your favourite organic dried fruit. Read more...
  • Dried apricot flapjacks with seeds and nuts
    An easy-to-make flapjack, using a variety of different organic dried fruits, nuts and seeds. These bars are packed full of nutrition and make a perfect midday snack. Read more...
  • Dried fruit and tahini slices
    These slices are both delicious and easy to prepare. They are based on organic dried fruits, tahini, ground almonds and oats, with no added sugar: a perfect raw bar to make at home. The ideal alternative to sugary sweets, they'll be a great hit with children. The tahini and ground almonds give a lovely creamy smoothness. Read more...
  • Vegan organic rice pudding with dried fruit and orange
    An organic and vegan rice pudding, with organic dried fruit to provide an extra element of taste: almost a complete meal in a bowl. Using a variety of dried fruit will give a different flavour to the final dish: experiment with cranberries, blueberries or mango. Try adding a few chopped nuts as a topping too. Read more...
  • Couscous with dried organic apricots, Brazil nuts and lemon
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  • Apricot Crumble Squares
    An easy to make crumble for all year round Apricot taste, the organic soft dried Crazy jack Apricots give this recipe its unique taste. Read more...
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    Blueberry Muffins are a real treat and made with organic dried blueberries everyone will be satisfied. You could try using Cranberries to ring the changes. Read more...
  • Apricot Meringue Pie
    A different take on the classic meringue pie and using pre prepared short crust pastry is an easy to make pudding. Read more...
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  • Organic Brown Basmati Rice with Almonds and Dates
    Organic brown rice and dried fruit cooked in butter for an exotic feel, but a really easy dish to cook using few ingredients. Read more...
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  • Organic Dried Fruit Recipes

    Organic dried fruit is a great ingredient that can be used in a huge number of recipes. Below you will find some of our favourites - we hope you try a few and enjoy them as much as we do. 

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    As the nights get darker, we start to think of Christmas baking. Here we have two different Christmas cake recipes, using organic dried fruit and organic almonds. Read more...
  • Gluten-free Christmas pudding recipe
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  • Prune clafoutis
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  • Apricot meringue pie
    Apricots make a surprisingly good meringue pie. As they are part of our organic dried fruit range, you can make this pie all year around. Read more...
  • Organic stuffed dates
    A great nibble, with lots of goodness and taste, combining organic dried fruit and nuts. Read more...
  • Apricot and honey ice-cream
    A lush, home-made ice-cream that can be made all year round, yet gives the taste of summer apricots. Read more...
  • Gluten-free fig and almond bar
    This is a really easy recipe that packs goodness in every mouthful. The figs make it naturally sweet, while the almonds add some crunch. Just don't eat too many - there are lots of calories in these bars! Read more...
  • Organic millet porridge with dried fruit – the slow way
    If you have a slow cooker, then this millet porridge with the addition of dried fruit and coconut might be for you. You could experiment with other cereals in the slow cooker too, adding your favourite organic dried fruit. Read more...
  • Dried apricot flapjacks with seeds and nuts
    An easy-to-make flapjack, using a variety of different organic dried fruits, nuts and seeds. These bars are packed full of nutrition and make a perfect midday snack. Read more...
  • Dried fruit and tahini slices
    These slices are both delicious and easy to prepare. They are based on organic dried fruits, tahini, ground almonds and oats, with no added sugar: a perfect raw bar to make at home. The ideal alternative to sugary sweets, they'll be a great hit with children. The tahini and ground almonds give a lovely creamy smoothness. Read more...
  • Vegan organic rice pudding with dried fruit and orange
    An organic and vegan rice pudding, with organic dried fruit to provide an extra element of taste: almost a complete meal in a bowl. Using a variety of dried fruit will give a different flavour to the final dish: experiment with cranberries, blueberries or mango. Try adding a few chopped nuts as a topping too. Read more...
  • Couscous with dried organic apricots, Brazil nuts and lemon
    Organic couscous combined with organic dried fruit and Brazil nuts makes an inexpensive lunch snack that is just packed full of goodness. Organic couscous is easy to cook and provides a healthy low-fat base, with a high fibre content. The organic Brazil nuts are a good source of magnesium and thiamine and perhaps the best source of dietary selenium there is, while the dried apricots add to a healthy mix and also give you one of your five a day. Read more...
  • Kompote W Spirytusie – 12 fruit compote with brandy
    A Polish recipe using bags of dried fruit, some fresh fruit and brandy. Featuring at least 12 fruits, you can easily get your five a day with this easy-to-make recipe. Read more...
  • Trail Mix with Dried Organic Mango
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  • Vegetable Tagine With Organic Apricots
    A breath of North Africa all year around with this vegetarian Tagine Read more...
  • Organic Fig and Honey Icecream
    Rich and creamy a real delight and so easy to make Read more...
  • Sultana and Carrot Cake
    A variation on the classic carrot cake and with juicy organic sultanas this is real winner. Read more...
  • Prune Whip
    an easy pudding with Prunes, cream and Yogurt Read more...
  • Apricot Crumble Squares
    An easy to make crumble for all year round Apricot taste, the organic soft dried Crazy jack Apricots give this recipe its unique taste. Read more...
  • Carrot Muffin Cake Mix with Agave Syrup
    Organic Muffins with nuts, sultanas, lots of spice and sweetened with Organic Agave Syrup. What more could you want? Read more...
  • Raisin and Peanut Butter Cookies
    Peanut butter and raisins produce a classic American combination, to ring the changes you could experiment with different nut butters. Read more...
  • Magic Blueberry Muffin
    Blueberry Muffins are a real treat and made with organic dried blueberries everyone will be satisfied. You could try using Cranberries to ring the changes. Read more...
  • Apricot Meringue Pie
    A different take on the classic meringue pie and using pre prepared short crust pastry is an easy to make pudding. Read more...
  • Sticky Toffee Pudding
    Sticky Toffee pudding is a classic good feel pudding and with organic dates and organic flour you can also have a healthy choice Read more...
  • Organic Brown Basmati Rice with Almonds and Dates
    Organic brown rice and dried fruit cooked in butter for an exotic feel, but a really easy dish to cook using few ingredients. Read more...
  • Fruity rice salad using organic ingredients
    A brown rice salad with fruit and nuts, good all year around salad with wholesome organic ingredients. Read more...
  • Date and Walnut Loaf
    An easy Date and Walnut loaf Read more...
  • Organic Brown Basmati and Nut Salad
    An organic brown basmati salad with organic nuts and dried fruit for a great wholesome meal. Read more...
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  • Fruit cocktail Bundt cake: our Wow! Vanilla winner
    From www.jibberjabberuk.co.uk, here's the winning recipe in the Wow! Vanilla competition. Read more...
  • Let us sell you Channel 4′s ‘best diet in the world’
    Minimally processed food that hasn't been messed with - we sell the world's best diet, as assessed by Channel 4! Read more...
  • A to Z of Wholefoods: Apples
    Drinks, purees, dried fruit, chutneys, vinegar and cakes: we have loads of apple products for sale! Read more...
  • Food for the bowels: vote yes
    Vegetables. Fibre. Wholegrains. Vote yes for them - and lower your chances of serious illness. Read more...
  • Alternatives to apricots
    With the Turkish apricot market in crisis, some of our customers might like to consider some alternatives to apricots. Read more...
  • Apricot prices rise, due to Turkish frost
    Turkish frost has seen apricot prices rise. We still have some pre-packaged apricots at reasonable prices. Read more...
  • Foods to help with arthritis
    Can a good diet alleviate the misery of arthritis? Here are our suggestions. Read more...
  • Frankly my dear, I don’t give a fig
    Ripe figs are packed with sunshine and nutrients. Do our dried figs hit the mark? Read more...
  • Black, red, wild: unusual rices and what to do with them
    Rice doesn't have to be white - or even brown. And it certainly doesn't have to be boring. Read more...
  • Date syrup
    When you need sweetness, but nothing too cloying, date syrup is the ideal solution. Ideal for curbing a sweet tooth. Read more...
  • Can you get seven colours on your plate?
    Colourful food is packed with phytonutrients: will you eat something from each colour group today? Read more...
  • The Paleo Diet: we stock your needs
    For cavemen, hunter-gatherers, and all those who believe in natural food. Read more...
  • How do you deal with iron deficiency?
    Particularly if you're a vegetarian - or if the deficiency is in a child? Read more...
  • Make it a date night (a dried date, that is)
    Have you ever tried Medjool dates? They're worth every penny. See our date-filled Sticky Toffee Pudding recipe here. Read more...
  • Food to cure a broken heart
    Feeling a little short of endogenous opioid peptides? Give these foods a try! Read more...
  • If we don’t have what you want….
    ...would something else do instead? Here are our alternatives to some discontinued lines. Read more...
  • Ten steps to cut down on sugar
    It's never been easier to over-indulge in sugar. We present ten simple ways to cut back down. Read more...
  • Lower your blood pressure through your diet
    High blood pressure is a problem - but it can also be an opportunity: to try new things, to initiate some healthy changes, to make a new start. Read more...
  • Past your best-before date?
    Well, we all feel like that some days! But we've just put together a box for some older residents: would it get YOUR vote? Read more...
  • Keep Greece’s currant account in credit
    Greece is the grasshopper who sang all summer, but put nothing away for the winter. Except for currants! Read more...
  • Personalised Christmas hampers
    Fill one of our sturdy wicker hampers with the products of your choice for a fantastic Christmas gift. Read more...
  • Baby Bear’s Porridge
    Neither too hot, nor too cold: is this the UK's greatest porridge? Read more...
  • Our raisins: cheaper than Tesco
    Our raisins today are cheaper, gram for gram, than their supermarket competitors. Read more...
  • Gluten-free apple cake
    Apple cakes using seasonal fruit and gluten-free flour: quick and easy. Read more...
  • Dried fruit in good time for Christmas baking
    This week we are packing boxes of purple-black currants, fat juicy sultanas and the sweetest of raisins. Read more...
  • Travel to Turkey – with Naturally Good Food!
    Here in the UK, we can feel autumn gradually creeping in. We can’t take summer with us, but we can capture some of it in our boxes - and pass it onto you. Read more...
  • Food for superheroes
    Here at Naturally Good Food, the staff do not (all) wear their underpants on top of their clothes, but they are still the front-line heroes in the new fine food revolution. And they understand that heroes need FOOD fit for heroes - here's our five-point guide. Read more...
  • Is 5 a day really enough?
    Intensive agriculture has stripped nutrients from the soil over the past few decades. To get the same health benefits as in the past, do we need to eat as much as 15 portions of fruit and veg a day? Read more...
  • Will the government ban packed lunches?
    Let’s see if Naturally Good Food has any good ideas to help pep up your school lunch boxes and thus ward off the revolution... Read more...
  • Customers who bought this…
    Have you spotted this new feature on our website? We hope it might help to give you some further shopping ideas – another way of 'browsing the aisles' online. Find out quite what a dizzying array of products we stock! Read more...
  • A taste of summer: Tropical Wholefoods
    Alright, maybe technically our Tropical Wholefoods products offer a taste of someone else’s summer, but in the UK you’ve got to take what you can get! And what you get with Tropical Wholefoods products are Fairtrade, organic dried fruits that are packed full of their original fresh goodness. Read more...
  • Our perfect chewy flapjack recipe
    This is one of our most popular recipes ever! I hope you like it, the key to getting such a lovely soft flapjack is to add flour, which is often left out. Ingredients 5oz oats (I use porridge, but lots of people like the more textured jumbo oats – we sell both at Naturally Good […] Read more...
  • Do not play with your food!
    Ever worried about the Queen unexpectedly popping in for tea? We've got some great suggestions for store-cupboard regal tea and snacks. But until she does turn up, we've also got some ideas for making food less formal and more fun. Read more...
  • Cake-makers! We stock angelica and natural glace cherries
    We stock natural colour glace cherries and emerald green angelica strips. Read more...
  • Trail mix: can British people make it?
    I’ve never actually said the words ‘trail mix’ out loud. In fact, I find it fairly hard even to type them. They’re just so… un-British. After all, here in Britain, we don’t go on trails - we follow footpaths, rights-of-way and bridleways. And we don't eat 'mixes' - we have a nice, solid bar of something as we walk. But...it has to be admitted that trail mix is a good idea. Read on and find out how to make your own. Read more...
  • Lose lbs with us (and save £s!)
    It is now believed that most adults in England (61.8%) are either overweight or obese, with 30% of children falling into the same categories. Now is perhaps a good time to think about how eating MORE food – of the right kind – can actually help us LOSE weight. Here at Naturally Good Food, we believe that if you eat sensibly and naturally, you’ll manage to keep your weight down. Read more...
  • Goji berries – go Goji!
    Goji berries liven up our shelves here at Naturally Good Food, with their vibrant pink colouring. They’re just asking to be picked up and nibbled….and that’s not a coincidence, really, as nature has made them as nutritionally appealing as they are visually appealing! Read more...
  • Without good food, nothing else works
    ‘Nutrition is not the highest thing in life, but it is the soil on which the highest things either flourish or perish.’ Whatever you need our natural products for, and whatever you really want to do in life, it all starts with good, natural nutrition. Read more...
  • Spring Fever at Naturally Good Food
    ‘It's spring fever. And when you've got it, you want - oh, you don't quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!’ (Mark Twain) So what is it that we all want? Here are our top 10 spring ideas from Naturally Good Food. Read more...
  • Pack your kids off – with a snack pack
    Shorten the school holidays? Not a chance! Here are our suggestions for five random, unorganised, completely uneducational outdoor activities for kids – for all your explorers, campers, potion-makers and tree-readers. Read more...
  • Clootie dumpling recipe
    A great, traditional Scottish recipe. Often used as an alternative for Christmas pudding, or as an addition to a full Scottish breakfast. Read more...
  • 10 raisins to be happy!
    A quick look at our ten top raisins and raisin products! Many from the snack pack and non-organic lines previously stocked by Julian Graves. Read more...
  • Need more iron in your diet? Eat dried fruit.
    Certain dried fruits can be a great source of iron, with the nutrients concentrated in the dehydration process. Naturally Good Food sells iron-rich dried fruit in sizes from 'snack packs' up to bulk bags. Read more...
  • Make your own ‘grazing box’
    Here at Naturally Good Food, we have everything you need to create a delicious and nutritious 'grazing box'. You'll need a box with various little compartments: simply fill from our range of nuts, seeds and dried fruit, and 'pick and peck' whenever you feel like it! Read more...
  • The perfect chewy flapjack recipe
    If you want a meltingly golden, slightly squidgy and chewy flapjack-just like those ones they make in tea-shops, follow this recipe, with its special ingredient. Read more...
  • Hot Cross Buns with mixed peel – recipe
    Use this recipe to make the most marvellous Hot Cross Buns - perfect for daughters or sons! Read more...
  • Dried fruit purees: for weaning babies and hungry adults
    When our kids were small and at the stage of starting to eat some ‘solid’ food, we found that cooking dried fruit and then placing small amounts in a tray in the freezer worked very well. Those following 'baby-led weaning' can use the same techniques as well. Read more...
  • Food for love
    Can our food make you fall in love? Here's an A-Z of our food with (rumoured) aphrodisiac properties! Read more...
  • Save money on organic dried mango
    The 1kg size of organic dried mango is one of our best-selling lines, and as it offers a saving of around 50% on the smaller pre-packed size, it’s no wonder we sell lots. As we sell so much, we have a quick turnaround of stock: the packs we send out will not have sat on […] Read more...
  • Food to fight wrinkles!
    Stay young and handsome, with our 10-point guide to food that helps to fight wrinkles! Read more...
  • Musing on muesli
    We have everything you need to mix your own muesli: oats and flakes, nuts, dried fruit, seeds and extras. See our 'how to' guide below. Read more...
  • Children: food to stop tantrums (perhaps)
    It’s generally accepted that a lot of meltdowns and tantrums happen because children get hungry and don’t quite know how to express it. What you as parents need is something that’s going to keep their tummies happy and full for longer. Read more...
  • Still looking for Julian Graves products?
    Julian Graves has gone, but Naturally Good Food can supply you with the products you bought from them! Phone us on 01455 556878 or visit our website to see our fabulous selection of dried fruit, nuts and seeds, snack packs and muesli ingredients. Read more...
  • Ethical stars – from Naturally Good Food
    Ethical food – good for you, your community, your environment, and your purse. Tread lightly in 2013, with Naturally Good Food. Read more...
  • Put together emergency car supplies for winter – with Naturally Good Food!
    Get your car supplies ready for a winter emergency, with Naturally Good Food Read more...
  • If you make just one change this January….make one of these!
    In 2013, take the first of many small steps with Naturally Good Food. Try making just one of these changes (one a year if you like – or one a month – we’ve got 12 of them)! Read more...
  • Christmas Goodies from Naturally Good Food
    Delicious, luxurious, organic, gluten-free and dairy-free: Christmas goodies for everyone! Read more...
  • What do you have for your breakfast?
    Breakfasts, the inside information from Naturally Good Food Read more...
  • Make a greenfinch-pudding
    Make a pudding for the birds this winter - packed with seeds and fruit. Read more...
  • Outlook for dried fruit
    A few indicators of what may happen in the dried fruit market. Read more...
  • Time to think of Christmas baking
    As the nights get darker, we start to think of Christmas baking. Here we have two different Christmas cake recipes, using organic dried fruit and organic almonds. Read more...
  • Add some fibre to your diet with wholefoods
    Add some wholefoods dried fruit to your diet and improve your health Read more...
  • Handy snacks for the kids at school
    Too late for breakfast? Try these ideas for snacks on the move Read more...
  • Christmas pudding recipe
    Here is our favourite Christmas Pudding recipe. Now is a good time to get ahead for Christmas! It can be organic and gluten-free too. Read more...
  • Dive into wholefoods
    Wholefoods are good for you, but make changes gradually Read more...
  • Grub….without a grant
    Grub - without a grant. Some ideas for things to take to university Read more...
  • An alternative to the closed Julian Graves stores
    With the closure of your local Julian Graves store, you may be looking for a new source of dried fruit and nuts. Help is at hand! Naturally Good Food offer a huge range. Read more...
  • Improve your bone structure by increasing your Vitamin D intake the natural way
    Ensure you get enough calcium in your diet while still eating healthily. we have lots of calcium rich foods for you at Naturally Good Food. Read more...
  • Free Goodie Box with your order
    "Received my order today. Thank you so much for the free goody box! Full of foods I love! Really put a smile on my face :) " Read more...
  • Five top tips to get your 5-a-day on a budget
    It's not always easy to achieve your recommended 5-a-day on a budget. Time can also be a major factor that stops you achieving your goal. We have five tips to help you get there. Read more...
  • Ten foods to banish from the fridge and freezer – with good alternatives
    Our fridges and freezers can harbour all sorts of goodies, but lurking in the back there may be some not-so-good things! Now is a good time to seek these out and replace them with a few healthy alternatives - saving a few pennies along the way. Read more...
  • A healthy diet can include indulgences – five top tips
    A healthy diet does not have to be boring; neither does it have to be repetitive. With a bit of thought, you can have an indulgence a day and still keep the doctor away. Read more...
  • Some healthy options – five simple swaps
    We are all trying to eat a little more healthily - but it's not always easy. Try a few simple swaps to make a difference - here's five to start you off. Read more...
  • Trek bars
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  • Mixed organic fruit – not just for Christmas cakes
    Mixed organic fruit - not just for Christmas cakes! Other uses can include luxury fruit cakes, spicing up your morning muesli, adding one of your five-a-day to your lunchbox, and of course, a nice little snack in the evening. Read more...
  • Outlook for dried fruit prices
    A quick update on what may happen to organic dried fruit prices. Read more...
  • Organic dried fruit to help revision
    With the summer term just around the corner, and exams well within sight, some minds will turn to the question of what to give the kids to nibble as they revise. We all know it is good to have a break and just a 'little something; to keep you going. Well, what could be better than some organic dried fruit? There is a huge variety of dried fruit available, with something to suit all tastes. Read more...
  • Fruit crisps – healthy snacks
    Nims fruit crisps are a healthy snack for both adults and children, with tropical tastes. Or why not try Perry Court for a British flavour? Read more...
  • Children’s lunchboxes
    Looking for healthy lunchbox ideas? Try organic dried fruit. Read more...
  • Price outlook for organic dried fruit
    With the New Year price lists coming in, we can get some idea of what will happen to organic dried fruit prices in the coming months: in summary, we can expect some increases in prices. Read more...
  • Infinity organic mincemeat
    Organic mincemeat for seasonal baking: gluten-free with no added sugar. Read more...
  • Apricots and almonds can improve male fertility
    Research from the University of Western Australia suggests that eating foods rich in two powerful antioxidants, vitamin E and beta-carotene, is the best form of defence against sperm damage. Read more...
  • Organic dried fruit update
    An update on what is happening in organic dried fruit. Read more...
  • An alternative to junk food
    Having taken my stall to a couple of local food events recently, it was with some surprise that I considered what the kids found good to eat. Many parents were giving the wrong message to their children: they were to some extent apprehensive of wholefoods, seeing them as 'not for them' and believing that their kids would not eat a healthy option. Read more...
  • Vegetarian with nut allergies: a guide
    Sometime we get a customer who is both vegetarian and has a nut allergy. The question we are asked is, 'Is is possible to be both a vegetarian and not eat nuts?' The short answer is yes, but you need to take care. Read more...
  • Top 10 picnic ideas
    With the National Trust publishing its top 10 picnic destinations, we thought it might be a good idea to consider 10 top picnic ideas from Naturally Good Food! Read more...
  • Try our organic dried fruit and organic nuts
    Try our range of organic wholefoods, including organic nuts and dried fruit, at the first Lutterworth Food Festival on 9th April 2011. If you like something you've nibbled at the festival, you can then order and pick up a bulk bag from the shop. Don't forget, we offer a 10% case discount. Read more...
  • New Organic Categories at Naturally Good Food
    New sections are introduced to the Naturally Good Food website Read more...
  • Soaking Organic Dried Fruit
    Using Dried Fruit in Winter can give that taste of summer, try using Organic Dried Apricots for the ultimate summer treat, with a 10% case discount. Read more...
  • Crazy Jack Apricots take the Prize
    The local Brownie Pack tried a selection of Dried Fruit and gave their thumbs up, see how the girls voted! Read more...
  • Organic apricots: rich in potassium
    Organic dried apricots: a dark, luxurious fruit that makes a great snack. Rich in potassium - perfect for those looking to lower their blood pressure. Read more...
  • Organic Dried Mango
    Organic dried mango makes are great healthy snack and with a full range of sizes and a 10% case discount it is also healthy on the pocket. Our 1kg pack is especially good value. Read more...
  • Crazy Jack Raisins
    Crazy Jack Raisins are just right for baking and with a 10% case discount they are great value. We also stock the complete Crazy Jack range. Read more...
  • Bread and Butter Pudding with Cranberries
    A great way to transform a basic bread and butter pudding with organic dried cranberries Read more...
  • Keeping to a Wholefood diet in Hospital
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  • Back to School Wholefood Organic Tips
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  • Ten Tips for a Wholefood Holiday
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  • Even the Daily Mail thinks Organic Dried Fruit is better
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  • Crazy Jack apricots win award
    Crazy Jack ready to eat win award as one of the top 10 best organic foods. Read more...
  • Make your own organic muesli
    Make your own organic muesli using organic nuts, wholegrains, seeds and dried fruit. Read more...
  • Crazy Jack Ready to Eat Dates
    New soft dried dates from the Crazy Jack range Read more...
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