Soleil Foods is a family owned and operated business offering the finest Mediterranean ingredients.
What We Do
We specialize in Mediterranean ingredients; products that are sun grown and naturally sun-dried. We’ve chosen Deglet Nour dates because of their distinctive taste, delectable texture, and popularity. We’ve also chosen Carob because of its very rich nutritive benefits.
Deglet nour dates
Deglet Nour variety is the most popular kind of dates grown in Algeria, one of its largest producer in the world.
Oued Righ is a unique date grove in the Algerian Sahara, whose ideal climate (such as warm air and wet soil) sets the deglet Nour dates apart.
The date is considered medium sweet and is distinguished by a pleasant, nutty aftertaste similar to that of a lightly roasted peanut. Its balanced sugar level, wealth of vitamins and loads of minerals makes it an ideal snack and an excellent ingredient for industrial use such as snack bars and baking etc....
A natural derivative shown to be extremely rich in vitamins, minerals and nutrients, Carob Powder is a type of botanical flour made from crushed tree pods. High in fiber, naturally sweet,caffeine-free and lower in calories, it is a healthier alternative for baking and a great cocoa powder substitute.
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT DATES?
Dates are the sweet fruits of the date-palm, a tree native to the Arabian Peninsula, Middle East and North Africa. Naturally sun-sweet, sun- ripined and sun-dried, dates are one of the most popular fruits packed with an impressive list of essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Because dates contain loads of nutrients, they have been called the "Bread of the Desert" as they have sustained many tribes throughout rigid climates when food was scarce. They are great energy boosters with naturally occurring sugars such as fructose, glucose and sucrose that provide the body with loads of energy
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT "CAROB"?
The carob tree, or Ceratonia siliqua, has fruit that looks like a dark brown pea pod, which carries pulp and seeds. It has been in cultivation for at least 4000 years in the Mediterranean region. The plant was well known to the ancient Greeks, who planted seeds of this plant in Greece and Italy. This plant is also called St. John's bread or locust bean because the pods were once thought to have been the "locusts" that were eaten by John the Baptist in the Wilderness.
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