produces well known and appreciated Turkish figs in the
heart of the cultivation area, Aydın, where has the most
tasty and quality figs in Aegean region.
Our fig factory is located on 10.000 sqm closed area in
Aydın, has the capacity of 5,000 Mt/year and accredited by
ISO 22000 & BRC quality systems. SUNROSE® exports 3.000 Mtons
of figs annually mainly to U.S.A, Europe and Australia
markets. There are 400 workers and 12 administrative
employees working in our fig factory.
Among the figs of various origins those produced in the
Turkish region are the best and the figs of Aydin area are
particularly tasty and have very thin skin.
SUNROSE® figs range consists of:
Natural (bulk and/or pre-packed)
Baglama (bulk and/or pre-packed)
Lerida (bulk and/or pre-packed)
Protoben (bulk and/or pre-packed)
Pulled (bulk and/or pre-packed)
Diced Figs (3-5 mm, 6-8 mm, 8-10 mm, 10-12 mm)
Clipped & Cut Figs
Natural figs are indeed fumigated but not manipulated at all,
are supplied in selected quality. Selected Natural Figs are
calibrated and hand-selected; contain only a trifling
percentage of slightly damaged fruits. They are supplied in
12 kg boxes and in linen or cellophane or polythene bags of
500 gr or 1 kg. The price depends on the number of fruits
per kg, which goes from 34-36 to over 100, but of course
also on the category (EXTRA, FANCY, CHOICE).
Lerida figs are flattened and lined up in their packing
which is bulk boxes or cartons of 10 kg but also trays,
carton boxes and cello packs of various weights.
Protoben figs are the long shape given to the fruits during
manipulation. Protoben figs supplied in 12,5 to 14 kg boxes
or cartons, but are packed in trays, carton boxes or cello
packs of various weights as well.
are strongly stretched and given a semi-spherical shape.
This kind requires specially selected figs and the pulled
type is therefore one of the best qualities. Pulled are
packed in bulk boxes or cartons of 12,5 to 14 kg as well as
in small carton boxes or cello packs of 250, 400 and 500 gr.
Baglama figs are similar to the Protoben type but bound
together with a raffia string, each fruit being tied by the
stalk. The arrangement in the boxes or cartons of 12,5 to 14
kg is the same as for the Protoben. Baglama can be
packed in small trays or packs of 500 gr as well.
Garland figs have got the same shape as the Lerida type,
but have been strung on a raffia string. The only packages
are generally round shape cello packs of 250, 400 or 500 gr.
Layer figs are torn from the stalk on and are stretched in
order to give them a large and flat round shape. They are
then placed layer by layer and pressed into a parallelepiped
block. Those blocks are finally wrapped into cellophane and
placed into boxes or cartons.