These bulbous fruit have been cultivated since ancient times, often dried and preserved to provide a convienient snack. They maintain a sweet, yet subtle flavour, often used in deserts or eaten by themselves.

It's been told that figs aid digestion through their fiber content and other components. Science is now catching up to this intuition and revealing how figs can aid the gut.

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Water79.11 g
Energy74 kcal
3 %
Protein0.75 g
Fats0.3 g
Carbs19.18 g
Fiber2.9 g
Sugars16.26 g
Calcium35 mg
3 %
Iron0.37 mg
2 %
Magnesium17 mg
5 %
Phosphorus14 mg
1 %
Potassium232 mg
5 %
Sodium1 mg
Zinc0.15 mg
2 %
Copper0.07 mg
8 %
Manganese0.128 mg
8 %
Selenium0.2 µg
Vit C2 mg
3 %
Thiamin0.06 mg
6 %
Riboflavin0.05 mg
5 %
Niacin0.4 mg
3 %
Vit B60.113 mg
9 %
Folate6 µg
2 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A7 µg
1 %
Vit E0.11 mg
1 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K4.7 µg
6 %
Sat Fat0.06 g
Mono Fat0.066 g
Poly Fat0.144 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg