“Kid-Approved” Serving Suggestions

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NEW Apricot Nutrition Poster (Perfect for Elementary School Cafeterias & Classrooms)


“Kid-Approved” Serving Suggestions

FREE School Foodservice Materials

NEW Apricot Nutrition Poster
(Perfect for Elementary School Cafeterias & Classrooms)

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Apricot Nutrition Facts

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Nutrition facts about apricot. ...

Greek mythology experts believe apricots are the "golden apples" of Hesperides — the fruit Hercules was ordered to pick ...

Apricot Fruit Is Rich In Nutrition

Apricot Fruit Is Rich In Nutrition. Apricots are sweet in taste, a bit tart in flavor and are golden orange in color.

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Apricot Nutrition Information and Health Benefits

Apricot nutrition - apricot kernel contains vitamin B17 which is highly effective in fighting cancer.

Apricot Nutrition Facts

What's the nutritional value of an apricot? Nutrition facts and information about apricots.

Calories in Apricots

Calorie and nutrition facts for Apricots from Calorie-Count.com.

Apricot Nutrition Facts. Health, Food, Diet

Nutrition Chart Apricots. Content including Energy, Vitamins, Minerals, Fat, Fiber, Protein, Sugar, Riboflavin, Niacin and more Detailed Information.

Calories in Apricots - Apricot Calories

Six dried apricots contain about 100 calories. Apricots also contain a good dose of potassium, one of the electrolytes in the body. ...

California Fresh Apricot Council: Nutrition Information

Nutrition Facts Serving Size 3 apricots (114g). Amount Per Serving. Calories 60, Calories from fat 10. % Daily Value *. Total Fat 1g, 1%. Saturated Fat 0g ...

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Nutrition Facts and Analysis for Apricots, raw [Includes USDA ...

Nutrition facts and Information for Apricots, raw [Includes USDA commodity food A386]

Apricot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Apricots have a chilling requirement of 300 to 900 chilling units. They are hardy in USDA zones 5 through 8. Some of the more popular cultivars of apricots ...

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