Nutrition value of dried fruits and fresh fruits?

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  1. ditsy Says:

    Ignore that intrusuve blogspot nut.
    Drying doesn’t remove the food value of fruits, only removes water.
    They still contain vitamins A, the B vitamins and any trace elements that were present before drying.
    Vitamin C would most likely be destrroyed as it is water soluble, but a C rich fruit like the cranberry might retain a trace.
    The calory content is the same.
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