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Dried Fig

Dried Fig

Iranian fig is an indigenous plant of West Asia and its cultivation traces back to thousands of years ago. Iranian fig is world renowned especially for its color and size. This delicious and nutritious fruit which is available in both fresh and dried types increases both physical and sexual power and contains considerable amounts of iron, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, vitamins E, C, D, B6 and B12. Dried figs have 5 times more calories than fresh figs. Iranian dried fig is produced without any additives and is completely natural.

Bitatin company produces and packages 5 kinds of figs:

A, AA, 3A, PPP, C

Special comment

Daily value

Test result

Test factor

No

 

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75/5 %

Simple carbohydrates

(mono saccharides & disaccharides)

1

 

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4/4 %

Total fat

2

According to Azmoongostar labratory report

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0.96 %

Saturated fatty acid in 100 gram

3

According to Azmoongostar labratory report

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negative

Transient fatty acid in 100 gram

4

 

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5.68 %

Protein

5

 

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77.92 %

Total carbohydrate

6

 

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---

Fiber

7

 

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40

Sodium(milligram in 100 gram)

8

 

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---

Calcium(milligram in 100 gram)

9

In 100 gram

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382

Total energy(kcal)

10

Reference standard

(National standard of Iran)

compatibility

Tolerance

(national standard of Iran)

Test result

Test parameter

Row

226

Compatible

Normal

Normal

Odour,Flavor,Color

1

226

Compatible

Negative

Negative

Live pests

2

226

Compatible

Max 6

N.D

Pest damage percentage

 (in weight)

3

226

Compatible

Max 0.2

Negative

Foreign material percentage

4

226

Compatible

Max 3

0.2

Dirt  percentage

5

226

Compatible

Max 5

N.D

Damaged berries percentage

6

226

Compatible

Max 3

N.D

Undeveloped berries percentage

7

226

Compatible

Max 12

8.9

Moist percentage

8

226

Compatible

Max 5

0<0.1

Aflatoxin B1

9

226

Compatible

Max 15

0<1

Total Aflatoxin

10

Deficiency type

Reference standard

compatibility

tolerance

Test result

Test factor

row

--

--

Compatible

Negative

Negative

Escherichia coli 

1

--

--

Compatible

Max 500

 100>

Mold

2

--

--

Compatible

Max 100

10>

Coliform

3

Grade A

Grade A figs are 14-20 mm in size (diameter) and are mostly yellow and white. Some of the figs in this grade are also brown in color.

Closed-mouthed figs make up a higher percentage of figs in this grade and only a small number of figs are open-mouthed.

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Grade AA

AA figs are 20-23 mm in size (diameter) and are mostly white and yellow in color with a small number of brown berries. Compared to grade A figs, the percentage of open-mouthed figs in this grade is much higher and are classified based on color.

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grade 3A

3A figs are more than 23 mm in size (diameter) and are white and yellow in color. Some of the figs in this grade are also brown. Here, the percentage of open-mouthed figs is higher compared to the two previous grades and makes up the majority of the figs.

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PPP (Parak)

After being size-sorted, the biggest size, the most open-mouthed and the lightest colored figs that come out of the size sorting machine are called Parak figs. This grade is also known as the most expensive and the most luxurious grade among all the other types.

Grade C

The figs that are broken, damaged or deformed during the collecting, transportation, storage or sorting processes are called grade C figs. This grade of fig is not suitable for the dried fruit market and is mostly used for industrial purposes and being processed in to paste, liquid sugar, jam, etc. It can also be used in biscuits, cookies, and chocolate or in drug, cigarette and honey bee food industries.