Organic Dried Apples (multi-varietal)
A harvest dependent, naturally diverse mix of multiple apple varieties which may include unique to New Zealand varietals (eg Malus pumila 'Gala' × 'Splendour' sciros (with rootstock MM116, USPP18618P2) and others).
Always grown in a habitat of "more sun, less pollution, less pests and diseases" in Nelson's rich mineral ('Ophiolite Belt') organic soils. Certified organic  , slowdried (ie NO glyphosate accelerated drying)  to preserve the natural health benefits. A really robust product with no bruising and packed in handy sizes. You can also email us if you would like to purchase in bulk or use your own containers.
A natural source of rutin (0.22mg/100g Quercetin-3-0-rutinoside). Rutin has been reported to have many pharmacological properties . However, it is "no longer official" as a botanical drug in the National Formulary (N.F. XIV) although it is still widely used in nonprescription pharmaceutical preparations. An interesting situation of "medicine as food" rather than "food as medicine" .
Nutritionals per 100g - Energy 1155kJ
Macro: Protein (1g), Protein-gluten (0g), Fat-total (0g), Fat-sat (0g), CHO-total (72.5g), CHO-sugars (58g), Dietary Fibre (6g), Sodium (90mg)
Micro: Full analytical costs are too high for our small (husband and wife) grower to provide. And, proximates do not take into account lower impact processing on bio-availability.
Shelf life: 18 months or more if stored in a cool dark place
Country of Origin: 100% New Zealand
Detail: Packed and distributed by Eat Right Foods Ltd under our EATRIGHT registered trademark
Address: PO Box 1525 [Level 1, 6 Church St], Nelson 7040, New Zealand
Packaging: Home compostable, stand-up zipper packaging; degradation does enjoy a companion mix of micro-organisms, moisture, heat and oxygen (nb. borage is a great compost activator)
- Activities (Apple) — Vermifuge (f; CRC; WOI) Duke, J.A., Handbook of Medicinal Herbs, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1985. (CRC)
- Indications (Apple) — Worm (f; CRC; WOI) Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) The Wealth of India: A Dictionary of Indian Raw Materials and Industrial Products, 11 vols., CSIR, New Delhi, 1948–1976. (WOI)
- EFSA Article 13 (pub. Apr’11) ID 2713: “(Common Name Apple) extract powder containing polyphenols” and “Blood glucose control” DianaNaturals,Malusdomestica(apple). Ehrenkranz JR, Lewis NG, Kahn CR, Roth J, 2005. Phlorizin: a review. Diabetes Metab Res Rev, 21, 31-38
100% Organic:EatRight Certified Organic - all Ingredients are 100% Certified Organic.
- An Apple a Day: Which Bacteria Do We Eat With Organic and Conventional Apples?
by Birgit Wassermann, Henry Muller and Gabriele Berg (pub. Jul’19, 40 citations, high Altmetric score)
- Related: Certified organic ingredients have higher nutritional content
Within site loop link
- Why Is Glyphosate Sprayed on Crops Right Before Harvest?
by EcoWatch (pub. Mar’16)
- The Pharmacological Potential of Rutin
by Aditya Ganeshpurkar and Ajay K. Saluja (pub. Apr’16)
- National Library of Medicine: Rutin | C27H30O16 - PubChem
Compound CID 5280805. see also Leung’s encyclopedia of common natural ingredients used in food, drugs, and cosmetics
- Apples as a source of various polyphenols
by Haytowitz, D.B. et al USDA, Agricultural Research Service (pub. Jul'06) nb. source data ref: #199 dated Jul'96