Dates are a variety of dates enjoyed for their natural sweetness. They're larger, darker, and more caramel-like in taste than other common types like Deglet Noor. As tropical stone fruits, they have a single pit surrounded by edible flesh. Native to Morocco, Medjool dates come from the date palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera) and are now grown in warm regions of the United States, the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa.
- Mabroom dates have skin that is almost translucent and dark brown in color. The mabroom dates is not very sweet but has a characteristic taste and chewy flesh. When dried, it has a unique texture that is both soft and firm, with a fibrous taste.
- Medjool dates are plump and cylindrical in shape. The skin is glossy and tender with a maple-brown hue, and the meaty amber-colored pulp offers a chewy texture and candy-like sweetness with hints of caramel, honey, and cinnamon.
- Mabroom dates are soft, dry, and not super sweet. Their name to fame is their long slender body like Medjool. Unlike Khudri, Mabroom dates have wrinkles and no flakes.
- Medjool dates are a variety of dates enjoyed for their natural sweetness. They're larger, darker, and more caramel-like in taste than other common types like Deglet Noor.
- Dates are highly nutritious. The most popular varieties include Medjool dates. Though fresh dates are edible, dates are most often consumed dried and easily identified by their dry, bumpy skin.
- These dates can be substituted for caramel candy or melted down into dessert toppings. And, unlike most sweet things, mabroom dates aren't bad for you. They're actually an excellent source of iron, potassium, B-vitamins, protein, and fiber.
|Form of Product
||Medjool and Mabroom Dates
||Sun Organic Industries Pvt. Ltd. E-818, DSIDC Industrial Area Narela Delhi-110040
||400g (200g X 2)
||"Storage for dates form in cool and dry conditions is recommended."
|Country of Origin
||400g (200g X 2) Medjool & Mabroom