Probably not. The vendors cut to sell, or just cut and sell fast. if anyhinf i would probbly worry more about bacteria and sprays if anything. Cant speak for 711 style fruit that sits for days, but consumers shopping at 711 arent there for health food anyway.
Often times an acid spray is applied to avoid browning of certain fruits, but this isnt necessarily all bad. You can spray lemon juice on apple slices to keep them from browning as fast. It is common in almost all dried fruits, check the ingredients what they use. Some use slightly less nice stuff. If one buys fruit that has a year long expiry date you should know what youre getting into haha.