Jujube, either of two species of small spiny trees of the genus Ziziphins (family Rhamnaceae) and their fruit. Jujube fruits are eaten fresh, dried, boiled, stewed, and baked and are used to flavor tea. When made into glacé fruits by boiling in honey and sugar syrup, they resemble Persian dates and are sometimes known as Chinese dates. Juice obtained from the fruits is used in making small candies called jujubes. The raw fruits are high in vitamin C.
Here is an overview of the nutrition profiles of Golden Jujube:
Total Fat:0.2 g
Vitamin A: 0%