The majhūl date is a large, sweet cultivated date variety.
Originally grown in the Tafilalt region of Morocco, it is now also grown in the United States, Israel, Iran, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Jordan. The variety is planted for both fruit and landscaping. The medjool is a distinct landrace, said to produce "large, soft fruit, with orange-yellow flesh and a mild, rich and pleasant flavor." Israel currently holds more than 60 percent of the world market for mejhoul, making it the world's largest exporter of mejhoul dates.
Shlomo Farm is a family business that started in 1991. From its inception to the present day, they have focused all their attention on doing one thing exceptionally well: Growing Medjool dates.
Every day is a challenge for them to do better than the previous day. Their hard work and perseverance have led us to operate for over 32 years and manage several farms in Israel that together grow over 400 tons of dates per season.