Dried Figs
Extends the taste of the summer

Dried fruits such as dried figs were part, before the Middle Ages, of the traditional cuisine of many countries. In the Europe of that time, cakes beef with prunes and dates were tasted, pickled fish was accompanied with raisins and figs and the ducks with fruits.

It is a fruit with numerous historical references that retract us to the Quaternary Age. In the Old Testament they were related as one of the signs of "wealth". The main producers of this fruit are Turkey and Spain. The use of dried figs is varied: pastries, cakes, ice cream recipes. Its use is based on direct consumption, pastries, cakes and recipes. Its use in the dried state is important as they are, especially in winter, a concentrated food, easy to preserve, and, in small volume, they are very nutritious, easily digestible, palatable and high energy power because of its concentration of rapid digestion sugars.

Dried Figs El Monaguillo Box 3Kg
Dried Figs El Monaguillo
DesignationBrandPackagingBoxes / pallet (80x120 cm)Net weight / pallet
Box 3 Kg Lerida-1El Monaguillo5 x 3 Kg45675 Kg
Box 3 Kg Lerida-3El Monaguillo5 x 3 Kg45675 Kg
Box 3 Kg Lerida-5El Monaguillo5 x 3 Kg45675 Kg


Nutrition Information
Typical valuesper 100 g
Energy1040 kJ / 249 kcal(13%*)
Fat 1 g(1%*)
     of which saturates:0,1 g(0%*)
Carbohydrate64 g(25%*)
     of which sugars:48 g(53%*)
Fibre10 g
Protein3,3 g(7%*)
Salt0 g(0%*)

*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 KJ / 2000 kcal)