What colors are the healthy dried fruits ?

Fruits and vegetables come in a rainbow of colors. Eat a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables every day — red, yellow/orange, white, green and blue/purple. These may lower the risk of some cancers. Dried fruits can be found in each of the color groups.

Color Group Health Benefits Examples of Dried Fruits and Vegetables
Red Help maintain heart health, memory function and urinary tract health Dried apples, beets, dried cranberries, red currants, pomegranates, rhubarb, red peppers
Yellow/Orange Help maintain heart health, vision health and healthy immune system Golden raisins, yellow figs, dried apricots, mandarins, sweet potatoes, yellow squash
White/Tan/Brown Help maintain heart health and cholesterol levels that are already healthy Dates, dried figs, bananas, Asian pears, leeks, onions, garlic, cauliflower, jicama, quince, mushrooms
Green Help maintain vision health and strong bones and teeth Dried kiwi, dried green apples, bok choy, mustard greens, turnips
Blue/Purple Help maintain healthy aging, memory function and urinary tract health Dried plums, raisins, Zante currants, dried blueberries, eggplants, purple cabbage