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Ive heard a lot of people raving about Trader Joes line of dried fruits so on my last Trader Joes trip I decided to just take a quick (and I mean quick I didnt even really scan all the shelves) peak at some of the items. I spotted two different bags of dried mango and decided to pick up the Trader Joes Soft & Juicy Mango. I know, I know, dried fruit has so much more sugar than the regular fruit but I feel as though there are certain instances where if its something you like, something you enjoy and something you dont mind splurging on once in a while its worth it. In this case, dried mango is worth it for me. Why? Because I dont eat it all the time, its a once in a while type of food I have and enjoy. Even though I do eat mangos, dried mango is just so different, particularly because of the texture. The Trader Joes mango reminded me of the Philippine Brand of natural dried mango I purchase at my local wholesale club every once in a while. Deciding to open it up and give it a try, I was quite happy with the flavor, texture and taste of the mango. It truly reminded me of the Philippine Brand although its a little bit softer, stickier (because of the less sugary coating on the outside) and it tastes so much fresher. Its quite affordable as well $1.69 for a 6 oz bag. I believe the bag I occasionally purchase at my wholesale club houses 30 ounces, but is $10 for the bag. A ¼ cup serving (35g) serving is 3 points plus values. QUESTION: Do you have a favorite dried fruit youd recommend I try? Image is mine do not take or use. Thank you.
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