Dates

  • Jumbo Medjool Dates Jumbo Medjool Dates

    Delicious and moist Jumbo Medjool Dates are one of our crown jewels at Nuts.com. Plump, moist, and luscious, medjool dates are simply divine.

    $7.99/lb
  • Pitted Dates Pitted Dates

    A delicious date containing no pits. Ideal for baking and great just to pop in your mouth.

    $4.99/lb
  • Organic Medjool Dates Organic Medjool Dates

    Large and moist organic medjool dates are a real treat. These truly are exceptionally delicious. These are certified by CCOF.

    $8.99/lb
  • Organic Pitted Dates Organic Pitted Dates

    Organic pitted dates are an all natural dried fruit. Deliciously sweet and great for snacking or baking.

    $8.99/lb
  • Chopped Dates Chopped Dates

    Our chopped dates are rolled in oat flour so they’re great for baking and cooking. These chopped dates won’t stick to each other so you can easily use them in your recipes.

    $3.99/lb
  • Coconut (Holiday) Dates Coconut (Holiday) Dates

    Coconut dates are quite delicious. Pressed dates, rolled in shredded coconut and topped with an almond. A beautiful and tasty presentation.

    $5.99/lb
  • Halawi Dates Halawi Dates

    Halawi Dates are soft with a thick flesh and have a sweet, caramel-like flavor. They are similar to the Deglet Noor in shape and color but the flavor and texture are unique.

    $6.99/lb
  • Organic Pecan Date Rolls Organic Pecan Date Rolls

    Organic date rolls rolled in organic chopped pecans. They are a delightful combination of chewy fruity goodness with a crunchy nutty exterior. Organic pecan date rolls are a yummy treat that is also good for you!

    $9.99/lb
  • Khadrawi Dates Khadrawi Dates

    Khadrawi dates are a medium, sweet date with a dark mahogany color. They have a very soft texture that is often compared to the consistency of pudding.

    $6.99/lb
  • Barhi Dates Barhi Dates

    Barhi Dates are a small round Date that is normally sweet and soft but sometimes chewy like a caramel. Barhis have a caramel candy flavor to them.

    $6.99/lb
  • Honey Dates Honey Dates

    Honey dates are a soft, creamy-textured and sweet-tasting species. They are a delicious eating date that seems to "melt in your mouth," and are excellent for sweetening recipes.

    $6.99/lb
  • Organic Walnut Date Rolls Organic Walnut Date Rolls

    All natural and delicious combination of organic dates rolled in chopped organic walnuts. Organic walnut date rolls are truly a delicious snack, that is also rich in nutrients.

    $10.49/lb
  • Zahidi Dates Zahidi Dates

    Zahidi Dates are a small, firm, and golden in color date. They are ideal for those who prefer a less sweet date.

    $6.99/lb

From our family to yours, since 1929

Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.

“Second time ordering Halawi dates, and I am very happy with this purchase. They taste amazing and are great quality, plus I received my order super fast (the next day after ordering) which was the best thing :)”

Sumra, Richmond, VA August 17, 2014

About Dried Dates

Dates were first cultivated as far back as 4000 BC in ancient Mesopotamia. They have been a staple of the Middle East since then and were more recently introduced to other areas of the world. Today, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Iran are the top producers of dates, although they are enjoyed all over the globe in baking and cooking applications. There are numerous varieties of dates, from the sweet and firm Jumbo Medjool dates to the small and caramel-like Barhi dates. Despite their slight differences in size, texture, and taste, all dates are rich in health benefits and can easily be incorporated into your diet.

10 Uses of Dried Dates

1) Mix chopped dates into breads, bars, muffins, and other baked goods

2) Stuff dates with nuts or cheese and enjoy them as an afternoon snack

3) Blend dates with yogurt and frozen fruits for a healthy smoothie

4) Use dates in place of raisins for oatmeal-date cookies

5) Wrap pitted dates in bacon and serve them as a tasty appetizer

6) Combine dates, dried fruit, and nuts in a food processor and form them into energy squares

7) Sauté dates with garlic, ginger and other spices for a homemade date chutney

8) Accompany pork, lamb, or poultry dishes with the sweetness of dates

9) Top ice cream or frozen yogurt off with chopped dates

10) Snack on dried dates for a boost of natural energy and nutrients

Health Benefits of Dates

1) A Sweet, Low-Fat Snack: Craving a sugary treat but don't want to regret it later? Dates are a natural and healthy way to satisfy a sweet tooth. There are only 24 calories per piece but they're loaded with dietary fiber and nutrients like potassium. In fact, dates contain three times as much potassium as bananas!

2) 5-A-Day Goal: It only takes five to six delicious California dates to fulfill one serving of the recommended goal for consuming at least five servings of fruit each day. In the U.S., the 5-A-Day program is now called Fruits & Veggies - More Matters but the goal is the same: to increase daily fruit and vegetable consumption among Americans.

3) Nutritional Powerhouse: Dates contain an excellent source of dietary fiber, potassium, magnesium, B-vitamins, and iron. One serving of California dates boasts nearly 15% of the recommended daily value for dietary fiber. The presence of minerals like potassium and magnesium protect the cardiovascular system and regulate metabolic processes. B-vitamins improve energy levels and iron helps our bodies produce oxygen-rich red blood cells.

How are dates harvested?

Harvest time varies for different varieties of dates, and usually takes place over the course of a few days for any single variety. Dates grow in bunches on palm trees, and these bunches are covered with nets close to harvest in order to collect fallen fruits. Taller palm trees are more difficult to harvest because lifts must be used to reach and collect the fruit bunches from the trees. The bunches on shorter trees can be shaken into bins to remove any ripe dates. Fruits that have fallen to the ground are subject to spoilage and are not collected. The harvested dates are then transported to processing facilities where they are cooled and disinfected before packaging.