Figs. In December.

YES figs in December.

What could be more traditionally Italian?

Our figs are grown in Cilento’s National Park, in the heat of summer.

These white figs are one of the most delicious varieties in the world.
They are picked at the peak of their ripeness and naturally dried in the sun.

No added preservatives or sulfites.

Dried figs are combined with almonds, raisins, candied orange, and lemon peels, fig molasses, and a splash of rum.

Then, they get packaged in their own fig leaves.

This little packet is known as a Fagottino.

It is traditional during the holidays.

Open and eat.
No preparation required.

Give it as a gift and share the fig love.