Hunza organic fruits are a type of fruit that has had most of its moisture removed through a drying process, such as drying in the sun or through machine-assisted dehydration. This process allows the fruit to be stored for a longer period of time without spoiling, and it also concentrates the flavor and nutrients of the fruit. Dry fruits are often used in cooking and baking as a natural sweetener or to add flavor and nutrition.

They are also popular as a snack food. Some examples of dry fruits that are commonly exported include raisins, figs, apple, apricots, cherries, mulberries, almond, wallnuts, and apricots. Dry fruits are a major export product for many countries, and they are often grown in tropical and subtropical regions before being exported to other parts of the world.