In the dry classification is the Thoory, which was originally brought to the U.S. from Algeria.
Thoory dates are often referred to as the "bread date" because of their dry, firm, pastry-like texture. This dry date has a semi-sweet, peanut-like nutty flavor.
Product Information: One outstanding soft date is the BARHI, introduced from Basra, Iraq, in 1913....
PRODUCT INFORMATION: Halawy dates are firm and chewy with a thick, soft golden flesh and...
Product Information: The Black Abbada Date is a thick and creamy date, often described as...