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    Barhi Dates

    The Barhi date has very appealing taste which is loved by date connoisseurs. This date is large and round and varies from light amber to dark brown when ripe.  This date is soft, with thick flesh and has a rich flavor and is superb in quality. When picked in their yellow state, they are referred to as Khalal; they taste semi-sweet and are as crisp as apples. Fresh Barhi dates are ideal when eaten well chilled.


    Nutritional Value

    Barhi dates are an excellent source of fiber to stimulate the digestive tract and are rich in potassium to balance fluid levels within the body. The dates are also a good source of copper to maintain a healthy nervous system, magnesium to regulate blood pressure, manganese to promote the development of connective tissue, and contain lower amounts of vitamin B6, iron, and vitamin C.

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    Medjool Dates

    Medjool dates are enjoyed mainly for their natural sugariness. They’re larger, darker, and more candy like in taste than other types of dates. As tropical stone fruits, they have a single pit bounded by the flesh.

    They’re often found to sell dried out, soft and sticky. Their sugars become more intense as they dried out. Here there are more to know in regard to the nutritional content, benefits, and uses of Medjool dates.


    Nutritional Value

    • Calories:133
    • Carbs: 36 gm
    • Fiber: 3.2 gm
    • Protein: 0.8 gm
    • Sugar: 32 gm
    • Fat: 0 grams
    • Calcium: 2% of the Daily Value (DV)
    • Iron: 2% of the DV
    • Potassium: 7% of the DV
    • Copper: 19% of the DV
    • Vitamin B6: 7% of the DV
    • Magnesium: 6% of the DV

    Dates offer a significant amount of fiber and variety of vitamins and minerals, including iron, potassium, B vitamins, copper, and the magnesium. Compared to other common varieties, Medjool dates are the most trusted sources of calcium.