Dates, Palestinian Medjoul: Medium Size 900gms
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Palestinian Medjoul Dates: Large Size
900GMS, 22-27 gm per fruit
By yaffa.co.uk

Anyone who has ever tried Medjoul dates will know how sweet and delicious they are. Medjoul Dates are known to be large, sweet and very succulent to eat. They are widely regarded as the "king of dates" relating to their size.

Medjoul Dates originated from Morocco. They are called "Madjhoola", meaning anonymous in Arabic. Medjoul dates are now grown in a handfull of countries including the Palestinian Territories. A growing number of Palestinian farms are springing up around the Jericho area.

Although being so sweet each date has only 66 calories, and they are packed with natrual fibers, potassium, copper, magnesium and manganese. These dates are delicious to eat on their own or you can dip them in some sauce.

'A'isha reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: A family which has dates will not be hungry. (Saheeh Muslim, Book 23, Number 5078)

'A'isha reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: 'A'isha a family which has no dates (in their house) its members will be hungry; (or) 'A'isha the family which has no dates its members may be hungry. He said this twice or thrice. (Saheeh Muslim, Book 23, Number 5079)

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