- Pack of 6, 6 ounce bags (total of 36 ounce)
- Rich in fiber and essential nutrients
- The nutritional value will vary depending on the serving size
Too expensive and dry!
Won’t Buy Them Again
Satisfactory. The price was fair
Dry as Shoe Leather and Tasteless — AVOID!
I will look elsewhere from now on. I have had Calimyrna figs before and know what to expect. These “figs” from Sun-Maid are only fit as a food source for starving cattle! Where is the quality control at Sun-Maid?
If you like figs, you’ll love these
The best buy is Blue Ribbon Orchard Choice Figs. They’re quite a bit drier, but taste as good. They’re also smaller, so watch the calorie count. There’s a tendency to east 8-12 of these little ones without thinking that you’re going through 240 calories fairly quickly.
I see no difference between organic and … what, inorganic … except that organic costs more. All five that I’ve bought run between $2.50 and $3.00 a pack, about 60 cents less than market price. But all five have exactly the same calorie count, vitamins, and additives or lack thereof. All come from Fresno, and the two differences are in size and mositness.
If I were a rich man (play Fiddler in the background), I’d buy a truckload of the Sun Main. Oh, yeah, most of the Sun Maid Calimyna don’t have stems to worry about. On the other hand, sometrimes stems make for good “handles.”
They are a very good deal too, with the free shipping, 60 cents cheaper than what supermarkets charge in my area.
Will reorder soon. Glad to see them available as “Subscribe and Save”.
Very good dried figs
Not as good as the Kalamata figs
Sunmaid Calimyrna Figs
Yummy figs! I miss fresh ones in CA
Imperfect but very good
No one who bought these figs ever lamented the act. Unless, of course, that person had a fig tree.