Figs

The fruit of the fig tree has a soft consistency. Round, oval or pear-shaped with flattened base. Its skin is thin and depending on the variety it has a pale green, black or purple colour. It has a whitish or pink pulp, with a sweet taste, which is full of tiny seeds.

One of the most appreciated varieties is the neck of the lady, of the white variety, with the thickest skin, purple flesh and very sweet flavour.

Description

– The fruit of the fig tree has a soft consistency. Round, oval or pear-shaped with flattened base. Its skin is thin and depending on the variety it has a pale green, black or purple colour. It has a whitish or pink pulp, with a sweet taste, which is full of tiny seeds.
– One of the most appreciated varieties is the neck of the lady, of the white variety, with the thickest skin, purple flesh and very sweet flavour.

Origin

– Lérida.

Storage and transport

– Figs are a very delicate and perishable fruit. They should be stored at an optimum temperature of -0.5º to 0ºC.
– The ideal relative humidity is between 85-90% and the maximum storage period is 7 to 10 days.
– Transport temperature: 1º to 5ºC

Packaging

– 200g/250g punnets.
– One layer in cell trays.
– In addition, we can attend to special customer requirements.

Calendar

– August to October (subject to availability)

Product sheet

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