Food should be about flavor, wouldn’t you agree? And not the fake kind. The real kind. The kind only nature makes. Like what you’ll taste in these sun-dried Deglet Noor Dates aka the “Queen of Dates.”
They’re plump. They’re prized. And they’re handpicked from trees in the hot Tunisian desert where the cool underground water tickles their toes. What’s more, their translucent blonde color and soft, caramel-like flavor make them bona fide snacking central. Seriously, they taste really, regally good. Maybe that’s where the name comes from.
Close your eyes. Take a bite. And let the velvety taste and texture of these Organic Smyrna Figs take you to a place you never expected. A place of pure, snack-driven desire. Of fruitful passion. Of wildly permissible indulgence.
These rich, flavorful figs have hints of honey, jam and butterscotch with a subtle nuttiness from the seeds. And their looks: exquisite. They range from light tan to deep brown, and their naturally occurring sugars often emerge during the sun-drying process to form beautiful white crystals on the soft skin. There’s really nothing quite like them. So congrats, nature. You really nailed it on this one.
When nature makes fruit, it does so delicately. This organic Turkish apricots ripen naturally in the warm Turkish sun. And the most importantly, they are treated with care, not sulfur. No chemicals used for coloring and no sugar added. Natural apricots have a much darker color than traditional apricots.
Vibrant not only in flavor and color, Dried Turkish Apricots are great and ideal for snacks. These apricots are moist and chewy. Health Tips 1. Rich in vitamin A, Apricots are a good source of potassium and magnesium, two minerals that give the body endurance, energy and stamina. In fact, many with potassium deficiencies see their blood counts leap up after adding dried apricots, dates, peaches, figs, prunes and raisins to their diets! 2. Apricots contain iron, important for blood building and silicon, necessary for beautiful skin and hair. 3. Apricots are extremely rich in beta carotene and are an excellent source of carontenoids, which may help to prevent cancer.
Raisins are the original nature's candy. They are one of the most nutritious dried fruits in the world. Raisins are cholesterol-free, low in sodium and totally fat-free. They provide many necessary vitamins and minerals, including iron, potassium, calcium and certain B vitamins. Raisins are a good source of fiber and rich in antioxidants. Raisins are 70% pure fructose (a natural form of sugar) which is easily digested for quick energy.
Dried mulberries have a naturally sweet flavor with no added sugar. They provide unusually high levels of protein and iron for a fruit, and are also a rich source of vitamin C, fiber, calcium, and antioxidants. All-natural dried white mulberries are delicious as a snack, or mixed in yogurt, smoothies, and more.
The story of the fig began with Adam and Eve. Figs are considered a sacred fruit and are commonly eaten at Holiday season all over the world. There is a evidence that figs were first cultivated in Anatolia during 3000-2000 B.C. They then spread throughout the Mediterranean from Anatolia over time. We recommend that you use figs as an add on to your breakfast cereal, as a snack, in your salads and baking. This is also a great gift for someone special who likes to try new tastes. Produce of Turkey.