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Made In Nature organic Calimyrna figs, ordered from Costco.  Free shipping!  3-Pack, 40 oz. each.  Taste pretty good.  I've had better and I've had worse.  Not bad for $35 though.

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I agree, a good deal, cost wise and health wise. I can't see how the grower made much profit on those.
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Nice find, Danny.  I had a little splurge on dried figs last winter.
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I grew figs because fresh figs taste great. I dont like dried figs or fig Newtons etc but those Costco figs are not too bad. We have had a bag or two in the house.
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I use them to make fig bars there not bad for the money 
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First bag finished!

It's funny, my older son likes dried figs but not fresh. Younger son likes fresh but not dried. Either way I can't keep dried figs in the house or fresh ones on the trees! LOL

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