Figs. Enjoy a Taste of Health.
When you enjoy California Dried Figs, you help yourself to a taste of good health. Whether you savor flavorful figs as a snack or in your favorite recipes, figs are always an excellent source of dietary fiber, a wealth of essential minerals such as potassium, iron and calcium, and rich in health-promoting antioxidants and complex carbohydrates.
Because figs are a whole food source of important nutrients and have no fat, cholesterol or sodium, they help you meet today’s Dietary Guidelines established by the US Department of Agriculture. A daily lifestyle that focuses on balancing calories, making informed food choices, and being physically active can help you attain and maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk of chronic disease, and promote overall health.
California Dried Figs are a terrific total package—great nutrition and great taste.
Nutrition Facts for Figs
The nutrition facts panel is packed with information. Find out more about the key nutrients figs provide. Figs have more of what you need and less of what you don’t.Read More
Figs and Fiber— Mother Nature’s Best Combination
California Figs, both dark purple Mission and golden Calimyrna, are an excellent source of dietary fiber. Figs have more fiber than most common fruits and vegetables.Read More
Healthy Eating: Make Half Your Plate Fruits & Veggies
The new healthy eating guide/symbol from USDA is a colorful plate divided into 4 parts: grains, proteins, fruits and vegetables with an adjacent circle for dairy.Read More
Timely Nutrition Tips & Information Links
Food and nutrition information abounds—some of it good, some of it not so good. Check out these great resources for timely, reliable food and nutrition tips and a wealth of nutrition information.Read More
Fig Recipes with a Healthier Twist
Looking for delicious recipes featuring California Dried Figs that offer a healthy twist? Here are some of our suggestions.Read More
Frequently Asked Health & Nutrition Questions
Have a question about figs? Find answers to these questions and more. How do figs fit into a diabetic diet? What is the glycemic index of figs?Read More