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Adamís fig

variety of banana (Musa spp.) with higher starch and lower sugar content than dessert bananas, picked when flesh is too hard to be eaten raw and therefore cooked. Some varieties become sweet if left to ripen, others never develop a high sugar content.

 Composition/100 g: (edible portion 65%) water 65 g, 511 kJ (122 kcal), protein 1.3 g, fat 0.4 g, carbohydrate 31.9 g (15g sugars), fibre 2.3g, ash 1.2 g, Ca 3mg, Fe 0.6mg, Mg 37mg, P 34mg,K 499mg,Na 4mg, Zn 0.1mg, Cu 0.1mg, Se 1.5Ķg, vitamin A 56Ķg RE (925Ķg carotenoids), E 0.1mg, K 0.7mg, B1 0.05mg, B2 0.05mg, niacin 0.7mg, B6 0.3mg, folate 22Ķg, pantothenate 0.3mg, C 18mg. A 200 g serving is a source of Cu, vitamin A, a good source of Mg, folate, a rich source of vitamin B6, C.