Date, (Phoenix dactylifera), a plant of the palm family (Arecaceae), is planted for its sweet edible fruits. It has been appreciated from remotest antiquity and it seems it is indigenous to what is now Iraq. However, at the time Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq are the main date-producing and date-exporting countries. This fruit has a long shelf life, in different varieties and it is often sold dried and processed. The dried date is over than 50 percent sugar by weight and possesses around 2 percent in each protein, fat, and mineral substance.