Prunes (Ashlock, Pitted, Bulk) - 3kg

Prunes (Ashlock, Pitted, Bulk) - 3kg



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Prunes (Ashlock, Pitted, Bulk) - 3kg

Delicious pitted prunes are ideal for cooking and snacking. Not only do prunes taste great, but they’re also very healthy - naturally fat free and high in potassium and fibre (3 grams of fibre per serving)! And these pitted prunes are so sweet, you’d never guess that these wrinkly treats have no sugar added!

High quality, natural, pitted, loose packed prunes. Soft and tender, slightly sticky Ashlock prunes from the USA.


Ingredients: Prunes, Vegetable Oil (sunflower oil 0.25g/100g), preservative Potassium Sorbate (500 -1000parts per million maximum)

Country of Origin: USA



Enjoy Me...

  • Prunes are great as a snack but can also be soaked to make a rich compote which is great on porridge.
  • Prunes are a good source of energy, and they don’t cause a rapid hike in blood sugar levels. Prunes have a high sugar content, which allows them to be dried without fermenting. They’re also high in fibre, which can help you regulate your bowels and your bladder.

How Interesting...

  • Prunes start off similar to fresh plums but the variety grown to be dried into prunes are never referred to as ‘plums’ because they are always destined to be dried into chewy prunes.
  • Well known for their bowel stimulating properties but good for so much more, prunes are higher in antioxidants than any other fruit. Their deep colour signifies a high level of antioxidants, they boast 5700 ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) units per 100g.
Enjoy Me...
1. Prunes are great as a snack but can also be soaked to make a rich compote which is great on porridge.
2. Prunes are a good source of energy, and they don’t cause a rapid hike in blood sugar levels. Prunes have a high sugar content, which allows them to be dried without fermenting. They’re also high in fibre, which can help you regulate your bowels and your bladder.
How Interesting...
1. Prunes start off similar to fresh plums but the variety grown to be dried into prunes are never referred to as ‘plums’ because they are always destined to be dried into chewy prunes.
2. Well known for their bowel stimulating properties but good for so much more, prunes are higher in antioxidants than any other fruit. Their deep colour signifies a high level of antioxidants, they boast 5700 ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) units per 100g.

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