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Picture of BASAK Black Currant (Kus Uzumu) 95g

BASAK Black Currant (Kus Uzumu) 95g

The blackcurrant, also known as black currant or cassis, is a deciduous shrub in the family Grossulariaceae grown for its edible berries. It is native to temperate parts of central and northern Europe and northern Asia, where it prefers damp fertile soils. It is widely cultivated both commercially and domestically.
Picture of KARTAGO Pitted Deglet Noor 794g

KARTAGO Pitted Deglet Noor 794g

About our Deglet noor dates: Firm flesh and a sweet, delicate flavor. Deglet Noor dates are less sweeter than medjool dates, meaning these Deglet Noor Dates are healthier option. KOSHER CERTIFIED: Kartago's pitted dates are Kosher certified and vegan friendly.
Picture of MEDJOOL Large Dates 1lb in Tray

MEDJOOL Large Dates 1lb in Tray

It contains high fiber. It helps digestion. Medjool Date, a delicious and nutritious date variety, appeals to your palate with its delicious taste. The date variety, which contains many vitamins and minerals, takes its place on your tables with many uses.
Picture of MR.NUT Dried Apricot 454g

MR.NUT Dried Apricot 454g

Dried apricots are a type of traditional dried fruit. When treated with sulfur dioxide, the color is vivid orange. Organic fruit not treated with sulfur vapor is darker in color and has a coarser texture. Generally, the lighter the color, the higher the SO₂ content.
Picture of MR.NUT Dried Mulberry 200g

MR.NUT Dried Mulberry 200g

Dried Mulberry is a very nutritious dried fruit like any other berries. They are rich in vitamin C, iron, calcium, fiber, resveratrol, protein. Dried Mulberries are delicious and healthy snack. They are in golden color, size is like raisins and have sweet, chewy taste like dried figs.
Picture of MR.NUT Oleaster 227g

MR.NUT Oleaster 227g

Native from Southern Russia through Turkey and Iran, this shrub has been introduced to North America, where it has become an invasive. It's roots host a bacteria that fixes nitrogen, so it does fine in rather poor soils. The red fruits are lightly sweet-tart with a dry, mealy mouth feel. The photo specimens, labeled "Igde", were purchased in Los Angeles from a multi-ethnic market serving significant communities from the plant's native regions.