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Estameran Dates

The colonial dates, like other date varieties, have a high nutritional value and are rich in vitamins, sugars, and mineral compounds such as iron, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.The colonial dates have antioxidant properties and are therefore an anticancer fruit.Colonial dates can be effective in improving digestive system function and in digesting food more easily, given the presence of magnesium.

Palm extract

Salts are an energy source and are considered to be the best food for those times when the body needs more energy. Including these salts is a date sap. Date sauce has the same date properties. It contains phosphorus and iron, which consumes it at breakfast, which activates nerve cells and prevents anemia in humans. Date sap relieves rheumatic pains and arterial and venous diseases.

Khasuyi Dates

The product, in the name of the date of this tree, is very different from the viewpoint of the different types of fruits, including the fruit and its small size, which is small and sweet, and has a very small amount (contrary to other growing species, which is thick and so-called local meat).

Rabbi Dates

Rhubarb chamomile dates with chocolate and semi-dry texture. The dates are light-colored black and the small core is well-liked, especially in Europe, and unique in its kind. This product has the ability to maintain and rinse.These dates consist of 25% sucrose, 50% glucose and alumina, pectin and water, plus vitamins A, E, C and B.. benefits: Enriched with daily energy Rich in Vitamin B (Nervous Strengthening) and Vitamin E (Strengthening Sexual Power) The content of iron (anemia treatment) and phosphorus (strengthening of intellectual [...]

Mazafati Dates

The Mazafati dates may be one of the most palatable and cultivating varieties of the world’s dates. Especially since these dates are used more often, and few can be found that after eating a grain of the Mazafati date it does not feel very good for him. These dates are attractive with black color. The moisture content is between 15% and 35%, depending on the time of harvest from the tree and its planting site, and the size of [...]