Organic Medjool

Description

Ancient cultures called the date palm “the tree of life,” and used all parts of the tree, from the trunk to the leaves. Hundreds of varieties of dates are grown throughout the world. They are classified as soft, semidry or dry. Soft dates such as the Medjool (Majhoul) grow best in areas with high heat, low humidity and an abundant supply of groundwater. They have a large, plump variety with a soft and succulent flesh.
Among the Medjool’s many nicknames, “king of dates” is most fitting. Once reserved for royalty and their guests, they were a precious confection and remain so today. Like many delicacies, Medjool are pricey because their cultivation is a complex and labor-intensive process.

Medjool dates are a staple source of nutrition because of their high carbohydrate content, high potassium levels and easy portability. A date or two is a delicious snack, a healthy breakfast or the perfect accompaniment to a cup of coffee.

 

Nutrition Benefits
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Culinary
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