Natural Dried Orange Slices

Total AU$36.5
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Total AU$36.5

About Natural Dried Orange Slices

Ingredients Orange
Origin Turkey
Shelf life 12 months
# of Slices in 100g 22 slices
Allergens Tree Nuts May be Present: Peanuts, Other Nuts, Sesame, Soy, Milk, Egg
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features Sliced, No additives, No added sugar, No added chemical, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Vegan
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These dried orange slices have a heavenly flavour, colour, and aroma; they are bombs of vitamin C and antioxidants and simply wonderful to snack on or add a subtle flavour to your beverages.

The refreshing taste and aroma of citrus appear significantly in these luscious dehydrated orange slices. Natural dried orange chunks are the perfect size for quick snacks and travel food.

Excellent to make an orange tea or as garnishes; you can also grind into powder and add to stews and soups, baked goods. It makes your fruit salads colourful, great textured and specific sour-and-sweet taste. 

Natural Moreish’s dried fruits contain no added sugar or preservatives, artificial colours or flavours and are non-GMO. Natural Moreish observes all hygienic protocols in the packaging, so buy it with confidence!


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General information 

Natural Dried orange is dehydrated fresh orange that you can use for a longer time in a smaller size. You still can get all benefits and flavour and aroma from them like the way you would eat fresh oranges since there are no added fragrances, and they are dried without any additives such as sugar or oils, making them delicious and healthy treats.

If you cannot take fresh oranges with you to work or travel, these delicious slices are the best choice. They don’t need to be chopped or washed to release flavours and advantages since the package has already been cleaned. Eat each slice of natural dried oranges, get an antioxidant and vitamin C bomb.

The best reason to use these beauties is that they can be used quickly and easily since they are a complete package of flavour, aroma and properties. Just eat them the same way you would normally eat the fresh orange.


Best Ways to Use Natural Dried orange 

There are so many ways to use these rich bombs. If you want to use them in cooking, grind them into powder and add them to stews, soups, and baked goods. Excellent to add to a cheeseboard, float one on your hot toddy, or use them as a garnish and decoration for cakes, and of course, cocktails!

They are lovely to snack on or to add a subtle flavour to your beverages. You can simply put them into your mini bag and go walking or go to work, gym, or anywhere you may need a healthy snack. Slices of them can add a rich flavour and beautiful colour to any salad, dessert, puddings or even pie.

Don’t forget to use all dried fruits as garnishes for your cake or everything you like.



Keep dried orange in a glass jar with a tight-fitting lid in a dark and cool dry place; if you keep it in the fridge, it can be preserved for a longer time. Properly stored, it will last for about 24 months.


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Natural Dried Orange Slices FAQ

Can these be used in drinks?

Yes, Dried Oranges can be used as quick snacks and travel food, or to make an orange tea or as garnishes. You can also grind into powder and use to flavor soups, stews, baked goods.

How long do dried oranges last?

Dried oranges will last about two years if stored properly.

How do you store dried orange slices?

Store your dried oranges in a glass jar with a tight-fitting lid (plastic will work too). Place them in a cool, dark pantry.

Do these orange slices have added fragrance to them?

These are natural dried orange slices. There are no added fragrances.

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