One serving of California figs (three to five) provides 5 grams of dietary fiber—20 percent of the Daily Value! Figs also contain potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, and manganese. Figs are typically harvested from late summer into early fall. Fortunately, drying them makes them available year round. Try figs fresh, dried, sliced, sautéed, grilled, or roasted—you’ll love their dense, savory sweetness!
Black Mission Figs
Available Fresh/Dried - they have purple and black skin with a deep, earthy flavor
Available Fresh/Dried - they are known to be tender with golden skin and a nutty, buttery flavor
Available Fresh/Dried - they have a creamy amber skin with a light flavor. Best for canning and preserving.
Available Fresh/Dried - with light green-yellow skin and a fruity flavor
Brown Turkey Figs
Best when Fresh - they have a light purple to black skin and a robust flavor