Tasteour figs


Figs

The fig is the fruit of the fig tree, which bears fruit once a year. It is one of the first fruits cultivated by man: traces of fig plantations dating from around 9000 BC have been found. Figs have a thin, leathery skin.

Fresh figs are gaining in popularity all the time. You can eat figs whole, skin and all. Figs are also ideal for use in sweet and savoury dishes.Yex provides active promotional support for this wonderful product and we will be happy to help you with promotions and activities!

Our figs go under our brand Discovered.




Passport Figs


Name Fig
Family Moraceae
Origin India, Mediterranean
Source Brazil, Turkey, Israel, Argentina
Availability Year-round
Packaging Ask about the options
Brand Discovered or supplier's label


Storage advice Figs


In the store
Before selling, fresh figs must be stored in a cool, dry place at 2 to 4°C and at a relative humidity (RH) of 85 to 90%.

At home
We advise consumers to store figs in the refrigerator, where they will keep for a few days. Remember: the fresher the figs are, the tastier they will be.



Usage tips Figs


You can eat fresh figs whole, skin and all. Figs are also ideal for use in both sweet and savoury dishes.

Extra tip for the consumer
Sweet figs combine well with a gutsy counterpart. They taste wonderful with raw ham and a drop of balsamic vinegar, or try them with some goat’s cheese or Gorgonzola.




Ripeness / Freshness Figs


You can eat fresh figs whole, skin and all. A soft fig does not mean it has gone bad. If the fig gives a little when pressed gently, it is still perfectly fine.



Calendar Figs


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Brazil
Israel
Turkey
Argentina


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Growing areas Figs


Figs Growers

The fig originates from India and the Mediterranean. These days figs are grown all over the world. Our figs come mainly from Brazil and Turkey, but also from Israel and Argentina.





Discovered Figs

Figs go under our brand Discovered. The packaging on Discovered products provides not only details about their source and flavour – and the standard table of nutritional values – but also explains how the product should be stored and prepared.