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Real Foods Organic Dates Pitted

100gr
£1.40 140p / 100g
250gr
£2.68 107p / 100g
500gr
£4.78 96p / 100g
1kg
£8.76 88p / 100g
3kg
£25.47 85p / 100g
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5Kg
£21.45
(43p / 100g)
2 x 5Kg
£20.38 / 5Kg
(41p / 100g)
4 x 5Kg
£19.31 / 5Kg
(39p / 100g)
2 Customer Review(s)
Customer Rating: 5.0
(3 votes)

About Organic Dates Pitted

Pitted dates are fleshy, moist and loaded with a rich sweet flavour. Their pleasant taste and distinctive chewy texture makes it a versatile fruit that can be added to a variety of sweet and savoury dishes like cakes, breads, puddings and other desert dishes. Pitted dates have the highest polyphenol concentration among the various dried fruits and should be made to play an important part in our daily diet. The phenol antioxidants and nutrients, mainly fibre that you get from one serving will give you a high energy boost. Pitted dates are considered a natural energy booster so snack away!

It is one the oldest food producing plants in the world that was cultivated way back in 3,500 B.C in the areas of the Persian Gulf and the Nile Valley of Egypt. The date palm was introduced to the western world by the early Spanish missionaries. Dates are preserved by drying and pressing into cakes. It is believed that many centuries ago Arabian caravans ate dried dates as their main food when they travelled on long journeys across the desert. Fresh dates stay well under refrigeration so they can be stocked and eaten throughout the year.

Ingredients

Organic Dates Pitted ingredients:

Organic Pitted Dates.

Nutritional values per 100g : Energy 1151Kj/270kcal , Protein 3.3g, Carbohydrates 68g - Of which sugars 68g, Fat 0.39g - Of which saturates 0.1g, fibre 4g, Sodium 0.001g.

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Tilly White These organic dates are always in my cupboard and get used for baking and sometime even for snacking
Callum Abbott I added these to a recipe for banana bread and found that I could miss out the sugar completely making for a much healthier snack