It's hard to decide what makes these dates so darn delectable. Is it their incredible contrast of slightly chewy surface and soft, luscious inside? Or that they taste as rich and sweet as caramel? We say both.
Dates are steeped in history, dating back millenniums to the ancient Middle East and North Africa, where the sweet, sticky fruit has thrived on sturdy palm trees that grow along some of the most ancient rivers known to man. Indeed, dates have been an important source of substance and symbolism for many cultures, from Greece to Egypt and Iraq.
What's more, when you snack on them, you join a long tradition of nomads who relied on these dates as potent and portable sources of invigorating carbohydrates-meaning they're what you want when you strike out on your own expeditions and high-energy endeavors.
Product of Tunisia
Warning: May contain occasional pits and/or pit fragments. Packaged in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat and dairy products.
Serving Size: 30g (~1.1 oz)
Amount per Serving
|Calories from Fat||36.7|