White Fig (Provence)

If we had to compare her to the black fig, she would be the female of the team. It is refined and sweet, with sweet notes of honey, when the black fig is juicy and fleshy. More discreet, it nevertheless deserves its share of recognition! It will come for this "Dauphine" (from the name of the variety from which it comes), with thin skin and delicate flesh, practically without seeds.

In cottage cheese, in a soft vanilla or cardamom cake, in cinnamon dessert creams...


  • Prepared with 63g of fruit per 100g. White figs 63%, cane sugar, concentrated lemon juice, gelling agent: fruit pectin.
  • Energy: 969kJ / 228kcal; Fat: <0.5g, of which fatty acids: <0.1g; Carbohydrates: 55g, of which sugars: 55g; Protein: 0.8g; Salt: 0.02g
  • Click here to see the recipe for jam-filled honey madeleines

natural ingredients


Hérault (France)

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