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Dry Fruits Price in Pakistan

1137 results for Dry Fruits from 10 online stores. Dry Fruits price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 15 to Rs. 10,000

Ahsan Dry Fruit Unshelled Almond (Badaam Giri)-1000 Gm
 

Rs. 2,300

Ahsan Dry Fruit Unshelled Almond (Badaam Giri)-1000 Gm

No reviews
Mix Dry Fruit Cocktail Tray - 1000gm
 

Rs. 2,500

Mix Dry Fruit Cocktail Tray - 1000gm

3.0/5 reviews
Cashew Plain (Kaju Sada)- 1000gm
 

Rs. 3,000

Cashew Plain (Kaju Sada)- 1000gm

No reviews
Save 20% Original Goan Natural Cashew With Skin Goa Special Kaju
Rs. 4,500

Rs. 3,600

Original Goan Natural Cashew With Skin Goa Special Kaju

No reviews
Pistachio Without Shell 1000gm
 

Rs. 3,600

Pistachio Without Shell 1000gm

No reviews
Save 5% Saffron- Zaffran 6 Grams
Rs. 4,100

Rs. 3,895

Saffron- Zaffran 6 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Pine Nuts - Chilgoza Without Shell 250 Grams
Rs. 4,200

Rs. 3,990

Pine Nuts - Chilgoza Without Shell 250 Grams

No reviews
Phool Makhana - 500 Grams
 

Rs. 3,199

Phool Makhana - 500 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Phool Makhana - 500 Grams
Rs. 3,200

Rs. 3,040

Phool Makhana - 500 Grams

No reviews
Save 16% Solecasa Dry Fruit Server With Wooden Stand – 5 Sectioned – Ceramic
Rs. 4,500

Rs. 3,800

Solecasa Dry Fruit Server With Wooden Stand – 5 Sectioned – Ceramic

No reviews
Save 11% 6 Sectioned Ceramic Dry Fruit Server With Acrylic Cover-14″
Rs. 4,500

Rs. 4,000

6 Sectioned Ceramic Dry Fruit Server With Acrylic Cover-14″

No reviews
Ahsan Dry Fruit Salted Pistachio (Namkeen Pista) - 500 - Gm
 

Rs. 1,500

Ahsan Dry Fruit Salted Pistachio (Namkeen Pista) - 500 - Gm

No reviews
Save 16% Ajwa Khajoor Dates - 1000 Grams
Rs. 3,450

Rs. 2,895

Ajwa Khajoor Dates - 1000 Grams

No reviews
Save 16% Ajwa Khajoor Dates - 1000 Grams
Rs. 3,450

Rs. 2,895

Ajwa Khajoor Dates - 1000 Grams

No reviews
American Almonds - Badam Giri 1000 Grams
 

Rs. 2,880

American Almonds - Badam Giri 1000 Grams

No reviews
American Almonds - Badam Giri 1000 Grams
 

Rs. 2,880

American Almonds - Badam Giri 1000 Grams

No reviews
Save 42% Pista Giri - Pistachio  without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm
Rs. 8,000

Rs. 4,629

Pista Giri - Pistachio without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm

5.0/5 reviews
Save 42% Pista Giri - Pistachio  without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm
Rs. 8,000

Rs. 4,629

Pista Giri - Pistachio without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm

5.0/5 reviews
Save 42% Pista Giri - Pistachio  without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm
Rs. 8,000

Rs. 4,629

Pista Giri - Pistachio without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm

5.0/5 reviews
Save 42% Pista Giri - Pistachio  without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm
Rs. 8,000

Rs. 4,629

Pista Giri - Pistachio without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm

5.0/5 reviews
Save 42% Pista Giri - Pistachio  without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm
Rs. 8,000

Rs. 4,629

Pista Giri - Pistachio without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm

5.0/5 reviews
Save 42% Pista Giri - Pistachio  without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm
Rs. 8,000

Rs. 4,629

Pista Giri - Pistachio without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm

5.0/5 reviews
Gold Chilghoza 250gm
 

Rs. 2,500

Gold Chilghoza 250gm

No reviews
Save 11% Shelled Pistachio (Pista) - 1000gm
Rs. 2,800

Rs. 2,499

Shelled Pistachio (Pista) - 1000gm

5.0/5 reviews
quality Great taste Hygienic Fresh Almond Nut (Bada
 

Rs. 2,499

quality Great taste Hygienic Fresh Almond Nut (Bada

5.0/5 reviews
Save 5% Mabroom Dates - Khajoor Premium 1000 Grams
Rs. 2,900

Rs. 2,755

Mabroom Dates - Khajoor Premium 1000 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Mabroom Dates - Khajoor Premium 1000 Grams
Rs. 2,900

Rs. 2,755

Mabroom Dates - Khajoor Premium 1000 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Mabroom Dates - Khajoor Premium 1000 Grams
Rs. 2,900

Rs. 2,755

Mabroom Dates - Khajoor Premium 1000 Grams

No reviews
Ahsan Dry Fruit Shelled Almond (Kagzi Badaam) - 1000 - Gm
 

Rs. 1,400

Ahsan Dry Fruit Shelled Almond (Kagzi Badaam) - 1000 - Gm

No reviews
Gold Chilghoza 500gm
 

Rs. 5,000

Gold Chilghoza 500gm

No reviews
Roasted Cashew Nuts - Roasted Kaju 1000 Grams
 

Rs. 2,650

Roasted Cashew Nuts - Roasted Kaju 1000 Grams

No reviews
Save 14% Anjeer-Fig - 1000gm
Rs. 2,800

Rs. 2,399

Anjeer-Fig - 1000gm

No reviews
Ahsan Dry Fruit Cashew Plain (Kaaju) - 500 - Gm
 

Rs. 1,375

Ahsan Dry Fruit Cashew Plain (Kaaju) - 500 - Gm

No reviews
Save 35% Pista Giri - Pistachio without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm
Rs. 4,000

Rs. 2,600

Pista Giri - Pistachio without Shell - Premium Quality - 500gm

No reviews
Save 14% Mabroom Dates Khajoor Premium - 1000 Grams
Rs. 3,040

Rs. 2,600

Mabroom Dates Khajoor Premium - 1000 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Chilgoza - Pine Nuts Premium 250 Grams
Rs. 2,650

Rs. 2,517

Chilgoza - Pine Nuts Premium 250 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Walnut Halves Akhroot Giri 1000 Grams
Rs. 2,650

Rs. 2,515

Walnut Halves Akhroot Giri 1000 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Walnut Halves Akhroot Giri 1000 Grams
Rs. 2,650

Rs. 2,515

Walnut Halves Akhroot Giri 1000 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Chilgoza - Pine Nuts Premium 250 Grams
Rs. 2,650

Rs. 2,515

Chilgoza - Pine Nuts Premium 250 Grams

No reviews
Save 5% Walnut Halves Akhroot Giri 1000 Grams
Rs. 2,650

Rs. 2,515

Walnut Halves Akhroot Giri 1000 Grams

No reviews

Dry Fruits Price in Pakistan

1137 results for Dry Fruits from 10 online stores. Dry Fruits price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 15 to Rs. 10,000

Dry Fruits Price List

Ahsan Dry Fruit Unshelled Almond (Badaam Giri)-1000 Gm Rs. 2,300
Mix Dry Fruit Cocktail Tray - 1000gm Rs. 2,500
Cashew Plain (Kaju Sada)- 1000gm Rs. 3,000
Original Goan Natural Cashew With Skin Goa Special Kaju Rs. 3,600
Pistachio Without Shell 1000gm Rs. 3,600
Saffron- Zaffran 6 Grams Rs. 3,895
Pine Nuts - Chilgoza Without Shell 250 Grams Rs. 3,990
Phool Makhana - 500 Grams Rs. 3,199
Phool Makhana - 500 Grams Rs. 3,040
Solecasa Dry Fruit Server With Wooden Stand – 5 Sectioned... Rs. 3,800

Dry Fruits Description

Pakistan has been blessed with an abundance of dry fruits including almonds, walnuts, pistachiodates, pine nuts, peanuts etc. Among the most expensive dry fruits in Pakistan are macadamia nuts and pine nuts called chilghoza in Urdu. Dry and dried fruits, when eaten in moderation, are healthy and make for a nutritious snack. Over consumption may lead to weight gain or allergies in some cases. You can have them every day as a healthy alternative to common snack items. Just a handful of mixed dry or dried fruits daily is good enough to curb hunger pangs and contains enough nutrients that you would need in the entire day. 

Dry Fruits vs Dried Fruits

While both may sound like the same thing and many people even use them interchangeably, there is a slight difference between the two. Dried fruits can be any fruit that has been dried naturally, sun drying or artificially through a mechanical process using a dehydrator. Dried fruits include raisins, apricots, cranberries, figs, peaches, apples, bananas, plums, prunes, tomatoes pineapples etc. They contain the same nutritional or caloric value as the undried fruit but lack the water content. Dry fruits, on the other hand, are fruits that are not pulpy or succulent. There is a long list of dry fruits that one can consume on a daily basis for added fibre and protein in their diet. In comparison, dried fruits are much higher in calories and sugar level than dry fruits. Today, dry and dried fruits are both collectively referred to as dry fruits.

Dry Fruits Benefits 

Dry fruits are called Super Foods for being a rich source of nutrients, minerals, protein, vitamins, and healthy fats. They are also rich in potassium, antioxidants, magnesium and that maintain normal blood pressure. Almonds are known to be rich in fibre and antioxidants while having zero cholesterol. They enhance the complexion, texture of the skin and strengthen the hair. Almonds are also good for eyesight and make your memory strong. Cashews are rich in Vitamin B6 and E. They are also a great source of fibre, protein, monounsaturated fat and potassium. Walnuts are loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, proteins, fibres, and minerals while pistachios, raisins and dates are rich in vitamins and proteins. Overall they are known to boost immunity, increase stamina and prevent lifestyle diseases including cholesterol and diabetes. A tablespoon of powdered assorted dry and dried fruits mixed with a glass of water every day is great for boosting milk production in lactating mothers. It also helps replace lost energy and speeds up the healing process after childbirth.

Dry Fruits Side Effects

While dry fruits contain so many healthy nutrients, they also have a high content of saturated fats. This makes them high in calories and not suitable for people trying to lose weight. Those with heart problems, diabetes, obesity, gallstones, water retention and hypertension should also avoid them for the high caloric value. 

Best Time to Eat Dry Fruits

To gain maximum benefit from nuts, dry and dried fruits, the best time to consume them is in the morning. Add them to your breakfast as a natural remedy for lethargy, fatigue and for regulating blood pressure. Eating them in the morning will also give you a surge of energy that you need throughout the day to remain active. Traditionally, dry fruits are soaked in water overnight. The next morning, skin them before consuming to make them healthier. This reduces the level of saturated fats, making them more nutritious. 

Dry Fruits in Cooking

Dry and dried fruits are used in a variety of cuisines and condiments. Almonds are frequently used in Pakistani cuisine for making almond milk or badam doodh, almond ice cream, koftas and several Mughlai dishes like badami firni, mughlai chicken with almonds etc. Mughlai biryani consists of a variety of nuts and dried fruits like cashews, apricots, prunes etc. Almonds are also used in preparing Marzipan, a confection made out of ground almonds. Pine nuts are used in pesto sauce or the Italian pignoli cookies. They are also great for sprinkling over your salad for adding a buttery and nutty flavour. Traditional Indian and Pakistani sweets like Chikki use peanuts and jaggery to make a hard praline or Peanut Brittle. There are several versions of this candy with different dry fruits like pine nuts, pistachios, almonds etc. Another Pakistani dessert Kaju Katli is made out of cashew nuts and is counted amongst delicacies.

Dry Fruits Names in English & Urdu

Following is a list of most popular dry and dried fruits in Pakistan with their names in English as well as in Urdu.

1. Almonds - بادام - Badam

2. Brazil Nuts - جوز برازیل - Joze Brazil

3. Cashews - کاجو - Kaju

4. Hazelnut - فُندق - Fundaq

5. Walnuts - اخروٹ - Akhrot

6. Peanuts - مونگ پھلی - Mongphali

7. Pine Nuts - چلغوزا - Chilghoza

8. Pecans - امریکی اخروٹ - Amriki akhrot

9. Dates - کھجور - Khajoor

10. Fig - انجیر - Anjeer

11. Raisins - کشمش - Kishmish

12. Dried Dates - چھوہارا - Chuhwara

13. Lotus Seeds - پھول مکھانے - Phool makhane

14. Pistachio - پستہ - Pista

15. Coconut -  کھوپرا/ناریل - Nariyal/Khopra

Dry fruits price in Pakistan varies depending on the item and you can easily buy separate as well as mixed dry fruits online in Pakistan. Make sure to buy the organic variety and not the salted and roasted ones as they can be stale. The roasting and salting is done to mask the stale taste. It is always better to buy from authentic and well-reputed suppliers such as Ahsan Dry Fruits, Ameer & Sons, Mewajaat, S N Dates etc.