Sal Taddeo Jr. is the President and CEO of Sallee Figs, a company that grows and sells exotic rare fig trees to customers throughout the Rumson, New Jersey area, and throughout the United States. As a member of the community for many years, Mr. Taddeo has witnessed the demand for figs steadily grow in recent years. More people are realizing the health benefits of snacking on this delicious fruit over candy with its high processed sugar content. Figs are just as sweet as many candies and snacks, and contain less sugar and more nutrients the body needs. People are rushing to the store to buy figs in the produce sections, however, sometimes the cost of these delicious fruits are prohibitive. The answer is to make an investment in a fig tree.
Fig trees are native to the Mediterranean region. Because of their proximity to some of the first cities in human history in the Middle East, they have been mentioned in recorded history as delicious fruits since the dawn of civilization. Fig trees are and were so popular in the Middle East because they are self-fertile and can be extremely productive. They are hardy plants overall, according to Sal Taddeo Jr., and can even survive the harsh New Jersey winters by regenerating themselves every spring. Most varieties are very tolerant of cold temperatures, but never below freezing, according to Sal Taddeo Jr.
Because of their hardiness and their productivity, Sal Taddeo Jr. says that fig trees should be planted in every yard in New Jersey. As the owner of Sallee Figs, he hopes to see many more trees in front and back yards soon. Learn more by emailing email@example.com.