Shape: Elongated form, with a small to medium size.
Color: White-yellowish to purple.
Texture & Flavour: Sweet taste with a fleshy and juicy texture.
High sugar content, fiber, organic acids and minerals like potassium, calcium and phosphorous.
(per 100 g)
|Calories (g) 80||Carbohydrates (g) 19,6|
|Protein (g) 1,4||Potassium (mg) 268|
|Iron (mg) 0,4||Riboflavin (mg) n/a|
|Water (g) 78||Lipids (g) 0,4|
|Calcium (mg) 34||Phosphorus (mg) 32|
|Vitamin C (mg) 0,8||Ascorbic acid (mg) 0,6|
|Thiamine (mg) 0,01||Niacin (mg) 0,7|
Cardboard box of 30x50 (caliber 32 to 51)
How to eat:
It can be eaten in fresh or dry. It’s used in traditional deserts from Algarve, such as figo cheio, figo morgado or fig cheese, as well as jams.