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Here is an official list of fig facts from Purdue University. These facts show everything from home remedies to nutritional information.
Here is a more human version of the nutritional information:
Here’s another good resource on Fig Facts. It’s an Australian site with info about how figs are grown in California. I found it to be particularly informative.