Dried Figs are grouped under the dried fruits and nuts family. This product initially originated in western Asia however it later increased in the Mediterranean. Figs come from a tree, which is called “Ficus Carica” . A dry and hot temperature is required geographically for this plant to grow and mature. The important point which must be considered in fig’s drying technique is to let fruits semi-dried on the fig tree and allow it to fall naturally. Picking fresh fig for drying could reduce final quality of product.
|Dried fig grade AAA 101||>22||Light Yellow
Most dried fig in this grade (about 90 %) has open mouth.
|Dried fig grade AA 101||21-23||Light Yellow
Some percentage of this grade has open mouth.
|Dried fig grade AAA||>23||Light Yellow
This type is not 100% closed mouth,
it is considered as half open figs.
|Dried fig grade AA+ ||21-23||Light Yellow
This grade mostly has closed mouth (about 90%).
|Dried fig grade A+||18-21||Light Yellow|
|Dried fig grade AA S||21-23||Yellow|
|Dried fig grade A S||18-21||Yellow|
|Dried fig grade AA G||21-23||Dark Yellow|
|Dried fig grade A G||18-21||Dark Yellow|