Medjool dates is popular for its natural sweetness. They are larger, darker, and have a more caramel-like flavour than other common varieties such as Deglet Noor. They are tropical stone fruits with a single pit surrounded by edible flesh.
Medjool dates are derived from the date palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera) and are native to Morocco. They are now grown in warm regions of the United States, the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa. They're frequently sold dried but not dehydrated, which makes them soft and sticky. As they dry, their sugars become more concentrated, increasing their sweetness.
Produce of Jordan