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Whole Fig Preserves 16oz

Whole Fig Preserves 16oz

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Whole Fig Preserves

We absolutely love our whole fig preserves. Be sure to give this a shot!

For all you Fig Lovers!

Whole Fig Preserves Ingredients

Ingredients: Figs, sugar, fig juice & citric acid

Customer Reviews

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KH
06/12/2019
Kay H.
United States

Fig Preserves

I was disappointed but it was my fault. I didn't read "whole" & was hoping they would be like the ones my Mother-in-Luv use to make. The liquid was not very thick at all. I am sorry that I can't give you a better review but again, it was my own fault.

TS
06/03/2019
Tylor S.
United States

It was okay!

It was okay! Mainly tasted like raisins. Never had fig, and when I think of fruit, I was hoping for a more fruity taste. But mainly taste like raisins. I still enjoy one here and there , but not something I can continue eating! Still good

AK
04/16/2019
Arthur K.
United States

Good Figs!!!

Eating them was Devine! Gave 2 of the jars as gifts!

SR
04/09/2019
sarah r.
United States

Fig Preserves Purchase-Very disappointed

It took a week to get the figs. No where on the website could I find the estimated time of delivery. That was somewhat frustrating. Then when I finally got the figs I was VERY disappointed. I don't know why you call it fig preserves. I grew up around Longview and my grandmother made fig preserves and they were thick and you could spread them on biscuits like preserves should be. Your fig preserves were more like pickled figs. There is no cohesiveness of the product. Just figs floating in juice. Not good at all. I would not recommend to anyone looking for authentic preserves.

AH
04/03/2019
Aida H.
United States

Figs

Best figs ever