A fig is a fruit that grows on a tree. It enjoys a fairly consistent distribution throughout the world. Its relatively reserved disposition helps protect it from the common fruit observer, who is likely naive to its special properties.
Fig could be described as somewhat mild, as it’s not overtly sweet or acidic. When properly ripe, it displays a brilliant interior; a sort of ‘seed village’. Fig is small and offers a bite–sized appeal. While excellent alone, it performs very well as a jam and dried fruit as well.
Fig became an official snack on June 8th 2012.