Dry Fruits

Apricots (extra variety)

Taste and smell: Peculiar to dried apricot, without foreign taste and smell.

Color: ”Y”(yellow ): from light yellow to yellow.”O”(orange): from light orange to dark orange or red.

Humidity: Not more than 27%

Apricots (high variety)

Taste and smell: Peculiar to dried apricot, without foreign taste and smell.

Color: Not regulated.

Humidity: not more than 27%

Apricots (industrial)

Taste and smell: Peculiar to dried apricot, without foreign taste and smell.

Color: Not regulated.

Humidity: Not more than 27%

Apricots (lemon)

Taste: Peculiar to dried apricot, with sourish aftertastes.

Color: ”Y”(yellow):from light yellow to light orange.

Smell: A slight odor of sulfur dioxide is allowed. Foreign odors are not allowed.

Humidity: not more than 27%.

Dried apricot

Taste and smell: Peculiar to dried apricot, without foreign taste and smell.

Color: From orange-red to brown, bright, typical for well-ripened apricots, homogeneous throughout the mass.

Humidity: Not more than 27%

Dried plum

Taste and smell: Peculiar to prunes without foreign tastes and odors, the taste of unripe and old fruits are not allowed.

Color: DE 325-1 s, DE 328-1 s, DE 329-1 s,

Humidity: Not more than 29%

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