In an ever-changing world of agriculture, it is not a surprise to see the advent of new information or technologies in the field of horticulture. The more the population of the world is on the rise every year, the more the producers are under pressure to increase yield. However, producing more vegetable and fruit is a challenge as more lands suitable for farming are allocated to housing and industry, and climate change forces to move arable lands to places previously out of consideration. Horticultural food production is a field frequently changed by the consumer preferences. People now ask for not only finding whatever they want in the stores but also requiring the produce to promote their health. The outcome of these changes is to promote underutilized or new-to-the region species and creating new income sources through drying fruits and vegetables.