Dry dates are basically dates without the moisture which make them look harder and shriveled; these are also used for religious purposes during festivals in Indian households.
Dried dates have double the amount of carbohydrates than fresh dates. They are also a better source of fiber. Dried dates also contain higher levels of calcium and iron, but fresh dates win in vitamin C
Dry dates have all essential minerals like iron, potassium, selenium, magnesium, phosphorus, and copper, without which our body cells cannot perform their regular activities.
Dried apricot are excellent sources of dietary fiber, they’re especially rich in soluble fiber and the type that dissolves into a gel-like substance and binds to fatty acids to encourage their excretion in waste