Sagai is known by its two distinct colors, brown soft and dried gold toned at the tip end of the dates. It is dominant in the central of the Arabian peninsula. It is ripening usually by mid-season.
Ajwa Khajoor is the most demanded dates and it is produced mainly from Madinah Munawwara. It is quite expensive because it has a religious value. It is considered superfood rich with nutrition values.
Khundri is dark brown in color and has naturally chewy texture. It is grown mainly in the central of the Arabian peninsula. It is ripening and cropped late in the season.
Mabroom is one of the Madinah Munawwara’s dates. It is light brown in color and has a dry skin and wrinkles look.
Sukkari is the most popular dates among people in Saudi Arabia and is harvested exclusively in Al-Qassim area. The name is driven from “Sukar” which means sugar. It can be used as a substitute for sugar in baking as it has high level of natural sweet taste.