Turkish Figs

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  1. $6.99/lb
  2. $6.78/lb
  3. $4.29/lb (bulk - not individually packaged)
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Certified: Gluten-Free Kosher

Moist and succulent, dried Turkish Figs are simply great! These figs are all natural with no preservatives and one of the sweetest fruits available. Always moist and always fresh, these Turkish figs are tops when it comes to snacking and baking.

Health Tips

1. Turkish figs can be part of almost any special diet, be it low fat, low sodium, high fiber, weight loss, diabetic or even the Mediterranean. They satisfy a sweet tooth without adding any fat. Their unique satiny texture and seeds provide a satisfying mouth feel and crunch.

2. Turkish figs are fat-free and, like other plant foods, cholesterol-free.

3. Turkish figs are high in fiber, providing 20% of the Daily Value --- more dietary fiber per serving than any other common dried or fresh fruit.

4. Of the approximately five grams of fiber per serving of Turkish figs, four grams are insoluble and one gram is water-soluble.

5. Figs have the highest overall mineral content of all common fruits. A 40 gram (1/4 cup) serving provides 244 mg of potassium (7% of the DV), 53 mg of calcium (6% of the DV) and 1.2 mg of iron (6% of the DV).

6. Turkish figs fit into 5-A-Day -- the 40 gram serving is an easy way to add a serving of fruit to reach the daily recommendation of five fruits and vegetables.

7. The antioxidant boost provided by fruit consumption lasts about 2 hours. Which dried fruits are the best? Of the six fruits tested--apricots, cranberries, dates, figs, raisins and plums--shooting to a surprise finish at number one was... figs! Even the high fructose corn syrup in the soda is no match for the antioxidant power of fruit. Despite the double sugar load, subjects washing down their figs with soda still experienced an overall rise in antioxidant levels in their bloodstream. In addition to having the highest antioxidant content among the six fruits tested, of the thousands of whole foods in the USDA nutrient database, figs make the top ten for fiber content.

Customer Reviews

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“I took a cooking class in Turkey and one of the best things we made was incir tatlisi - walnut stuffed figs in syrup. I couldn't find the Turkish figs in any of my stores near me, so I was very happy to finally find them here. The service was quick and easy. I will continue to use Nuts.com”

, BEDFORD, MA September 26, 2014

“The figs were so fresh and tasty. Reminded me of the figs I ate as a kid. Thanks for a great product!”

, Bridgewater, NJ September 25, 2014

“These figs are the BEST I EVER HAD!!! As long as you keep selling them, I'll keep buying !!!”

, Ozone Park, NY September 24, 2014

“Love, love, love these!!!!!! I wish I ordered a big bag instead of the sample. They're so yummy!!!”

, New York, NY September 24, 2014

“Fresh, juicy and love to have on the shelf when figs are not at the food store.”

, Raleigh, NC September 23, 2014

“always good”

, Wantagh, NY September 18, 2014

“Each bite a Turkish delight”

, Ormond Beach, FL September 18, 2014

“I received a sample from your company about a month ago and I knew I had to have them again. Thank you!”

, Baltimore, MD September 16, 2014

“Best I have ever tasted. Will definitely order again.”

, Venice, FL September 16, 2014

“Sirs,
Received your shipment very quickly . Tried most of samples,and
found to be great. The Turkish figs sample is about gone. Not sure
if I really like them or need money back ? Please send another sample ? HaHa, kidding figs are best I've ever had!!”

, Ashland, Ohio September 14, 2014

“I eat these all the time with smoke salmon and bree cheese. Leave out the cheese and you have a perfect meal that's again good for you. Figs a good for you in many ways and salmon is a good fat.
The body needs fat but it needs the good fat. The cold water sea food and dried figs are both good for you. I got these figs for ? 5.90 lb. at the store I could get less than 7 ounces for over $ 6.00 dollars.
duuuuah, that's a much better deal and the Nuts.com figs were better. Need to order some more tonight.”

, Clarksville, TX September 26, 2014

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 40g (~1.4 oz.)
(Approx. 11.4 Servings/Pound)

Amount Per Serving
Calories 120
Calories From Fat 0
%DV
Total Fat 0g 0%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 40mg 2%
Total Carbohydrate 28g 9%
Dietary Fiber 6g 22%
Sugars 22g
Protein 1g
Vitamin A 0% Calcium 6%
Vitamin C 0% Iron 6%

Ingredients

Turkish Figs.***STORE UNOPENED AND OPENED BAGS UNDER REFRIGERATION UPON RECEIVING***

Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.

Approximately 20 pieces per pound.

Storage

Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 6 months. This item can be frozen.

Country of Origin: Turkey

ID: 1034

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.

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