(Ficus carica)

Rounded, oval or pear-shaped fruit, depending on the variety. Its ripe skin can adopt a pale yellow or green tone, or a tone between dark red and violet. The flesh varies in tone, ranging between pale pink and purple. It may have hardly any seeds or, on the other hand, it can contain over 1,600 seeds. The skin is edible, but this fruit is usually eaten without the skin.

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    • Outdoor growing
    • Forced growing in greenhouses
    • Preservation in cooling chambers
    • Product from several sources
    • Contrasting product (from the southern hemisphere)

Translation of the name

Catalan: Figa
Spanish: Higo
English: Fig




Commercial: Other fruits
Scientific: Moràcia


Esmirna fig, Neck of Dama, Figa flor

Nutritional value

80 calories per cada 100 grams

Grams which make up a serving

2-3 peces

The tree it grows on and its curiosities

Fig tree

The main growers of figs are the Mediterranean countries, although they are also cultivated in the United States, Australia, South America and the whole of Asia.

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