Gerasa - 100% Organic Medjool Dates, 300g

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Gerasa - 100% Organic Medjool Dates, 300g
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Gerasa - 100% Organic Medjool Dates, 300g

Brand - Gerasa
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Quick Description

These soft, sticky Medjool dates are truly fit for kings. Grown in Israel, these dates are handpicked and checked to ensure quality.

Key Information 

  • 100% Organic 
  • No use of pesticides or chemicals
  • Hand-picked for quality assurance
  • Renowned for their large size and sweet, juicy taste

Product Overview

Medjool dates are known as the king of all dates due to their celebrated sweet juicy taste and generous size. 

Gerasa’s 100% Organic Medjool Dates are grown in Israel, and each date is handpicked and carefully checked to ensure the highest quality. The dates are then carefully packaged to maintain their soft sticky texture.

Organic dates are a great & healthy way to add a little sweetness to your life. You can chop them up and add them to your granola, or use them to make a rich but healthy vegan sticky toffee pudding.

They are a great addition to breakfast smoothies, add a deliciously sweet note chopped up and sprinkled on a salad, or slices on cheese and crackers.

Dates are high in nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants and fibre. Their high natural sugar content makes them a great compact snack to take hiking to provide a healthy energy boost.


100% Organic Medjool Dates

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Medjool dates?

Medjool is the name of a variety of dates, favoured for having large dark fruit with a particularly sweet caramel taste.

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so good!

these are really delicious and sweet. they're huge and I've been eating them chopped up with yoghurt or muesli for breakfast. recommended.