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Fresh California Figs are in Season!

The California Fresh Fig season is back and better than ever! Plump, juicy figs are available now nationwide and nothing says YUM like California Fresh Figs. These succulent beauties are so delicious all on their own or they can be added to cheese plates, salads and salsas for a simple yet elevated twist on entertaining favorites. You can also grill or bake them to really make their sweetness shine through.

Look for California Fresh Figs May – December. There are six unique and different flavors – try them all to find your favorites!

Fresh Brown Turkey Figs are available mid-May through December. They are a light purple to black skinned fig with pink flesh and a robust flavor.

Fresh Black Mission Figs are available mid-May through November. They are a purple to black skinned fig with pink flesh and an intense earthy flavor.

Fresh Calimyrna Figs are available July through September. They are large pale yellow skinned figs with a nutty, sweet flavor.

Fresh Kadota Figs are available June to October. They have a creamy amber color when ripe with a light delicate flavor.

Fresh Sierra Figs are available June through October. They have a light-colored skin with a fresh, sweet flavor.

Fresh Tiger Figs are available July through September. They have subtle green stripes and striking raspberry color and flavor notes.

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In ancient Greece Figs were regarded with such esteem that laws were created forbidding the export of the best quality figs. Sycophant then derives from the Greek word meaning one who informs against another for exporting figs or for stealing the fruit of the sacred fig trees. Hence, the word came to mean a person who tries to win favor with flattery.
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