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Fig (fresh)

Fig (fresh)

Fig (fresh)

Fig (fresh) - Nutritional values for 1 Piece (25 g):

16.75 kcal
3 g
0.25 g
0 g

Fig (fresh) - Nutrition table:

Calories, carbohydrates, protein, and fat can be viewed here in the calorie table and nutrition table.


Per 100 g Per portion (25 g)

Calorific value

280 kJ 70 kJ


67 kcal 16.75 kcal


12 g 3 g


1 g 0.25 g


0 g 0 g

Macronutrient distribution:

The food Fig (fresh) is composed of the following macronutrients.

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Fig, also called Ficus carica, is a healthy and nutritious food with many benefits:

  • Figs contain many important nutrients such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and vitamin B6.
  • They have a low calorie content, which makes them a good snack for people who are watching their calorie intake.
  • Figs contain antioxidants that can protect the body from harmful free radicals and reduce the risk of certain diseases such as cancer and heart disease.
  • They contain fiber, which can prevent constipation and improve digestion.
  • Figs have a low glycemic index, which means they do not raise blood sugar levels as much as other foods with a high glycemic index.

What to know about figs

Figs are a popular tree fruit. They have been cultivated for thousands of years and are considered one of the oldest known fruits. Figs are native to many parts of the world, including Europe, Asia and Africa, and are now grown in many other parts of the world.

Figs are round to oval in shape and have a velvety, leathery skin that comes in many different colors, including green, yellow, brown and black. Inside the fruit is a sweet, fibrous mass with small seeds. Figs ripen in their natural environment from August to October and are usually eaten fresh, but are also made into dried figs, jams, marmalades and other foods.

Frequently asked questions

What is the best way to store figs?

Unripe figs should be stored at room temperature until they are ripe. Ripe figs can be stored in the refrigerator to extend their shelf life.

What are the varieties of figs?

There are many varieties of figs that vary in size, color, shape and flavor. Some of the most popular varieties are: Black Mission, Kadota, Calimyrna, Brown Turkey and Sierra.

Where do figs come from and where are they grown?

Figs are originally from the arid regions of Western and Central Asia. However, they are widely grown in many parts of the world, including Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Australia and California. Figs thrive in warm climates and require plenty of sun, moisture and fertile soil to grow and flourish. In most regions, figs are a popular fruit and are often used in various foods and dishes.

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