Dried Figs

Dried Fig Nutrition Values (100 g)

Energy 295 kcal
Fat 0.4 g
Carbohydrate 63.3 g
Protein 3 g
Potassium 990.5 mg
Calcium 246 mg
Iron 4 mg
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Lerida

(Size 1-9)

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Protoben

(Size 1-6)

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Pulled

(Size 1-6)

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Layer

(Size 6-9)

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Garland

(Size 6-10)

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Baglama

(Size 1-10)

Size Quantity (pieces)/kg
1 36-40
2 41-45
3 46-50
4 51-55
5 56-60
6 61-65
7 66-70
8 70-80
9 80-90

Packaging

Carton trays 250/500/1000 g
Doypack 200/400 g
Pillow bag 200/400 g
Quadro pack 500/1000/3000/5000 g
Cartons (Cardboard box) 3000/5000/10000/12500/14000 g

Turkey has the first place for the production of dried figs in the world.

BENEFITS
  • One ounce of dried figs has 3 grams of fiber which helps lower cholesterol and control blood sugar levels.
  • Figs are the best plant source of calcium.
  • Figs are one of the richest plant sources of a variety of vitamins and minerals, including:
    – Vitamin A,C,K,B
    – Potassium
    – Magnesium
    – Zinc
    – Copper
    – Manganese
    – Iron
COMMONLY USED

Dried Figs are natural sweeteners.

Commonly used;

  • As a healthy snack
  • As a salad topping
  • Mixed into oatmeal
  • In yogurt
  • In granola or cereal
  • Baked into delicious cookies, breads and muffins.
HOW TO STORE
  • Should be stored in a cool, dry clean and well ventilated places,
  • No need to refrigerate,
  • Avoid to direct sunlight.