Nature's Superfoods

Organic Sun-Dried Figs

140 g

Code: N001-0026-00

Sun-Dried Figs, Unsulphured, Unsweetened

Rich in Fibre, Copper, Vitamin B6 and Antioxidant


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Figs grow on the Ficus tree (Ficus carica), which is a member of the Mulberry family. This sweet delicious fruit is prized for its dense nutrition (rich with fibre, copper, vitamin B6, potassium, phenolic antioxidants) and regarded as a sacred fruit in many ancient cultures. Figs are native to the Middle East and Mediterranean, and were held in such high regard by the Greeks that laws were once created to prevent their export.

When figs are dried, their health benefits increase; dried figs have higher antioxidant activity and mineral content then fresh figs.

Botanical name : Ficus carica

Organic certifications: ECOCERT

Nature’s Superfoods Sun-Dried Figs are organically grown on the fertile plains of Turkey, handpicked, and dried under the Mediterranean sun, with no added sugar, additives, or preservatives. Our dried figs are free from sulphites.

1) Improves Digestion, Prevents Constipation

Per serving, figs are higher in fibre than any other fresh or dried fruit. High-fibre foods, like dried figs, also increase feelings of fullness, and can reduce hunger and cravings (which is helpful for weight management).

2) Prevents High Blood Pressure

Most sodium in our modern diets comes from processed foods. Hypertension (high blood pressure) can result from high salt (sodium) intakes. Eating potassium-rich foods, like dried figs, can help relax blood vessels, excrete the sodium and decrease blood pressure.

3) Promotes Bone Health

Dried figs are naturally a good source of calcium, and have good amounts of phosphorus and Vitamin K, the perfect trio for bone health.

4) Contains Health-Protecting Antioxidants

Figs are rich in antioxidant polyphenols and manganese that neutralize free radicals in your body, repair cell damage and keep us free from chronic disease.

5) Helps Get Rid of Toxins

Figs are among the most alkaline foods, can help balance the acidic conditions resulting from consuming a diet rich in meat and processed foods.

6) Improves Iron Deficiency (Anaemia)

Figs are good source of iron.

Disclaimer: This information is not intended as medical advice. Nature's Superfoods encourages everyone to make their own health care decisions, with advice from qualified professionals.

100% Organic Figs, Whole & Dried

  • Certified Organic (ECOCERT)
  • Rich in Vitamins & Dietary Fibre
  • Raw, Vegan, Gluten-Free Snack
  • Unsweetened
  • Unsulphured
  • Non-GMO

Nutrition Facts

Servings per package(140g): 3-4
Serving size: 40g (about 1/4 cup)

Per Serving Per 100g
Energy (Kcal.) 118.4 296
Protein 0.8g 2g
Total Fat 0g 0g
- Saturated Fat 0g 0g
- Trans fat 0g 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0mg
Carbohydrate 26.4g 66g
- Dietry Fiber 5.6g 14g
- Sugars 20.7g 51.8g
Sodium 4.4mg 11mg
Calcium 72mg 180mg
Iron 0.7mg 1.9mg
Potassium 240mg 600mg

Recommended Serving: 40g or 3-4 figs per day. Suitable for all ages.

Storage: Store unopened and opened bags under refrigeration or in a cool place.

How to enjoy Dried Figs

Dried Figs have a unique, sweet taste, soft and chewy texture and are littered with slightly crunchy, edible seeds.

1) Eat these ready-to-eat figs out of the bag as a healthy wholesome snack!

2) Add them (whole or cut) to your salads, oatmeal, trail mix, yogurt, smoothies and granola for that yummylicious sweetness.

Recommended daily serving : 40g or 3-4 figs per day (yields about 5-6 grams of fibre, which accounts for about 20% of our daily requirement as adults). Suitable for all ages.

Dried figs are of medium GI (Glycemic Index).

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  • 20 Nov 2018, 6:12 PM



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    "Can’t have enough of this! I never liked dried figs until I came across this one from Nature’s Superfood. ???? Unlike those sold in the market, these dried figs are soft and fresh."

  • 23 Oct 2018, 12:19 PM



    Verified Buyer

    Addictive to the last piece!

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