Reference the Festive sugar plums. Because the fruit has been cut up and orange juice added, there is obviously a shorter 'keeping' time than if the dried fruit were left whole. Could you let me know what the recommended keeping time is; do they need to be kept in a fridge, or is an airtight container sufficient. thanks.
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