RSIPAC 21 10539 / CAT - NRGS 21 25048 / L / GGN  405282968508








Category: fresh Fruit
Origin: Alguaire, Lleida
Season: August to October
Description: A large, fleshy summer fruit, black on the outside with purple pulp and a particularly sweet taste. Elongated neck and short peduncle. The preference for eating fresh rather than dried figs has favoured their resurgence and consideration as a fresh seasonal fruit.

Characteristics and nutritional and medicinal properties of the fig:
• It is rich in carbohydrates, in the form of sucrose.
• Its (glucose) energy content allows us to recover quickly from fatigue, both physical and psychological.
• It is well digested and has a softening action on the gastric mucosa. It is noted for its rich fibre content which aids intestinal transit in cases of constipation. Its seeds help to cleanse the intestine and leave it in good condition for the absorption of nutrients that enter our body via food.
• It is a good diuretic, because figs are rich in potassium and low in sodium, thereby influencing fluid retention.
• It contains other minerals such as calcium, magnesium and phosphorus that help both the bones and the nervous system.
• It is also a great source of vitamins and antioxidants.
• It has a high satiety factor and low calories which makes a food to be considered in certain diets, always under the supervision of a doctor or dietitian.


Tree of origin: Ficus
Family: Moraceae
Place of Origin: Asia Minor and the Mediterranean region though it was probably introduced to this area in ancient times.
Description: Low-growing tree, between 3-10 metres, deciduous, thick, short trunk, with grey bark. Branches from the base. Rounded, large, very dense canopy providing dense shade. Large, alternate, 10-25 cm long-stalked leaves, variable shaped with respect to the lobes, with a truncated or rounded base. Usually 3-7 lobes, with slightly serrated borders . The flowers, which are very small, are located within a fleshy receptacle called a syconium or fig. The fruit are axillary, solitary or in pairs. The shape varies from globe to pear, and the colour can vary from green to blackish flesh, depending on the variety. The pulp is edible and pleasant. The development of its roots is feared because it moves the soil where they are located. The fig tree produces an irritating latex.



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