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Dried Gooseberries

Our dried gooseberries cost less when you order these sweet treats by the pound from Oh! Nuts. Our bulk-buy prices are lower for all our dried fruits available by the pound or case. Read More...

Nutrient-Rich Gooseberries

Gooseberries are popular ingredients in desserts, jams and sauces for sweet or savory dishes. Add them to salads, eat them alone or pair them with our dried strawberries for a sweet gift basket.

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Gooseberries, which have a taste and texture that are similar to grapes, are healthy treats or main dish ingredients. Gooseberries have lots of dietary fiber. They are rich in vitamins B5, B6 and C too. They also have lots of good-for-you potassium, manganese and other healthy minerals.

About Dried Gooseberries

  • Are dried gooseberries healthy for you? Absolutely. Low-cal gooseberries have lots of fiber and good-for-you minerals like copper, manganese and potassium. Every gooseberry is rich in vitamins A, B5 and B6.
  • Do dried gooseberries have added sugar? We have added small amounts of sugar to some of our dried gooseberry treats.
  • How and how long should you store dried gooseberries? The (U.S. Department of Agriculture suggests storing dried fruits in the pantry for up to six months. After opening, you can store it in the fridge for another six months.
  • How do you soften/reconstitute/rehydrate dried gooseberries? Add water. The fastest way is to boil water, pour the hot, boiled water into a bowl and fill with dried gooseberries. Soak for 10 to 15 minutes.

Fruit

Gooseberry

Scientific Name

Ribes uva-crispa

Origins

Europe and Northern Africa

Popular Uses

Snacks, dessert and drink ingredients, sauces, garnishes