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Present study reveals a thorough investigation of nutritional values of three different varieties (Trounja, Lagou, Gounda) of Tunisian dates available in Bangladeshi local markets. Moisture and total solids were (13.2-14.1%) and (85.9-86.8%), respectively. Ash and crude fibers contents were (2.13-2.18%) and (6.05-6.9%), respectively. The dates were rich in carbohydrate (51.8-55.0% dry weight), while they contained low concentrations of protein and lipid (2.0-2.2% and 0.12-0.72%, respectively).doi:10.11648/j.ajls.20150304.14 fatcat:lf77ndowsbhallqf5vvnr6bhcq