The Apricots


We are fruit supplier for wholesalers all around the world. Our fruit export quality maintains the best standards in the market. Plus, we have many loyal and long lasting partnerships all around the world due to our great quality, high standards and great communication with our partners. Join the Fru.Eat family, we are located in Greece, and start ordering your wholesale packaged apricots for your business. Contact us here.

At Fru.Eat, we are loyal and proud fruit and apricot suppliers. We sell and market at wholesale prices a variety of apricots for wholesalers. Among them, we supply you with Orange Red, Tirinthos and several others apricot varieties. 

As apricot suppliers, we already know well enough. that the apricot season begins in mid-May and lasts. Though, depending on the variety, until mid-August. In fact, the Apricot tree, is a tree with increased water needs. Thus, if one does not water he apricot tree in July, August and September, the driest months, then the percentage of differentiated flowering eyes reduce significantly and the rate of eye differentiation slows down.

Specifically, the period of apricot harvesting usually lasts only 2-3 weeks. During these weeks, the apricots are collected in 2 or 3 hands when the fruit are firm enough. In fact, the apricots destined for fresh consumption and processing are harvested by hand and placed carefully to crates to avoid any potential injuring and bruising of the fruit. Afterwards, apricots are harvested and transported to the plant’s packaging area to sort them by size or variety and then supply the fruit to any country for immediate supply to your store.

Consequently, apricots are among the most popular and succulent fruits of the summer. Indeed, this kind of fruit provides a great source of many antioxidants, including beta carotene and vitamins A, C and E. Also, apricots are high in antioxidants called flavonoids, which studies have shown they can protect against illnesses, including diabetes and heart disease.

Tip for the Consumer

If the apricot is not entirely ripe, the consumer should leave the fruit for one or two days outside the refrigerator at room temperature. If this does not work, then they could place them in a paper bag and check on them daily. After the apricots are softened, the consumer will have to put them in the refrigerator where they can be stored for 6 to 7 days, tops.

Fru.Eat’s professional and tasty tip before eating an apricot is simple and will make your fruit tasting even better. Before eating the apricot, leave outside of the refrigerator at room temperature for 15 minutes. If you do this you will be able to enjoy the taste and aroma to the maximum extent. Of course, wash thoroughly before grabbing the first bite.

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