And it just so happens that Tunisia, the country of origin for these Deglet Nour dates, is at the doorstep of southern Spain. They are everywhere.
Since we realized that industrial and refined sugar leads us away from a healthy life, we have rediscovered sweetness with dates… and we love it.
Healthy eating, real food, and enjoyment are its bosses.
It’s suitable for desserts, ice creams, smoothies, snacks, breakfast or snack granolas, or homemade hazelnut and cocoa creams to enjoy sweetness without regrets or health concerns.
So there you have it.
It’s ideal for making your date paste, for pairing with your nuts, or for cooking couscous, side dishes, sauces for meats, vegetables, or various pastas.
And it contains natural sugars, fiber, potassium, manganese, magnesium, vitamins, and a good handful of antioxidants to keep your immune system happy and strong against free radicals.
Where do these pitted dates come from?
The best dates in the world are grown in North Africa due to its climate and famous date palm trees.
We have it easy to cooperate with our neighboring country, and it’s from there that we select, bring, and package them so that they arrive directly at your doorstep in packaging that preserves all their freshness, nutrition, and flavor.
Organic, pitted, sun-dried Deglet Nour dates. Origin: 100% Tunisia.
No sugar or additives.
May contain traces of other nuts, soy, and milk (including lactose).
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(Sugars 65.10 g)
Fair Trade, Balanced Prices, and Sustainable Agriculture
Our Tunisian partners cultivate these dates under an ecological production system that respects the soil, the fruits, and the planet.
From the heart of Extremadura, we offer you the best of our land and our effort, but when we buy from other farmers around the world, we put the same consciousness into serving both sides.
That’s why, by choosing us, you contribute to fair trade and realistic sustainability between countries, favoring direct interaction with farmers and minimizing the number of intermediaries.