Dalmatia Spread Fig

Dalmatia Spread Fig


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Dalmatia® Fig Spread.
A traditional recipe from Dalmatia made with imported adriatic figs.
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Dalmatia Spread Fig
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Angee L.
153 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
I have had other fig spreads in the past but this one by far has been the best. You can tell a lot of care was put into coming up with the right flavor, as it does not taste artificial as some other spreads do. I love to use this spread on crackers or toasted french bread with a slice of brie, sometimes with a nice slice of sausage as well. So delish.😄
Kristen S.
Montville, NJ
38 reviews
This is delicious! It is perfect to pair with Brie and crackers. I use this as my go to whenever I am entertaining because it is always a hit.
Veronica J.
46 reviews
Excellent quality and tastes amazing. A great way to start off the morning, coffee and toast with fig spread on it. so yummy
Crystal L.
22 reviews
My mom loves this stuff. On toast or in a pb&j. I've seen her serve is with cheese and wine n bread
Amber Y.
173 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 3
I would love to try this! This looks so good! I bet it would be so good in oatmeal or on toast!
Alannah E.
395 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
I love this fig spread! especially on some really good brie. it's so good.
Michelle B.
Nashville, TN
29 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
What do you put fig spread on?
Sara S.
Port st lucie, Fl
32 reviews
What do you use this product on ?

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