Luxury dry fruit chips are a popular snack for millennials, but they’re also packed with vitamin C, vitamin E and potassium, according to research from the University of Arizona.
In a study published in the Journal of Consumer Research, researchers found that people who ate a daily glass of dry fruit in the morning had up to eight times more potassium and vitamin E than people who did not.
The researchers found the chips were higher in calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc.
The researchers also found that they had higher levels of vitamins C, E and K than other snacks, including chips at fast-food restaurants and packaged foods like popcorn.
“The dry fruit chip is an excellent choice for those who want to add vitamin C to their diet,” study author Sarah McVey said in a press release.
Dry fruit chips can be bought at a variety of places including grocery stores, convenience stores, and convenience stores in the US.
The researchers suggest the chips may be an inexpensive option for people with busy lifestyles.