Real • Organic Pitted Prunes
Many people groan at the aspect of eating prunes, and there is a disdain for the dried fruit. There was so much negativity surrounding the word “prune,” that the California Prune Board pressured the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to change the name to “dried plums,” which they technically are. After the switch, prune (or dried plum) sales shot up across the state.
However, there are many ways to consume prunes for those who don’t prefer the taste. Prunes are a great addition to your morning to help with your daily digestion. You can simply put them in your oatmeal or throw them in a smoothie. If you are feeling fancy, try baking prune muffins, or use them in a syrup for pancakes. Later in the day, they can be used in a Guinness Stew, in meatloaf, or in a Chicken Marbella with olives. Prunes are a great food to get creative with when cooking!
Of course, you can snack on prunes the old fashion way. In general, consuming prunes does more than just clear out your digestive system. Prunes are great for improving your cardiovascular health, lowering your cholesterol, improving bone health and preventing diabetes by balancing your blood sugar. Make sure purchase our Real Organic Pitted Prunes, since non-organic prunes are often filled with sulphites and other chemical preservatives in order to improve shelf life.
Place of Production: Canada
Size: 200 grams
Shelf Life: 12 months
Organic Ingredients: Prunes, no sulpher, no additives.
Nutrition Facts (per 100g)
Ingredients & Amount
% of Daily Value
|Fat, 0.5 g
|Cholesterol, 0 mg|
|Sodium, 0 mg||0%|
|Carbohydrate, 65 g
|Protein, 3 g|
Attention: A frosted appearance is caused by a naturally arising sugar and does not indicate spoilage.
Storage: Please keep in a cool, dry place. Avoid direct sunlight. Consume as soon as possible after unsealing.
Main Nutrients and Functions
Cellulose – Prunes are rich in fibre, which effectively promotes gastrointestinal motility and prevents constipation.
Vitamin A – Prunes are rich in vitamin A, which can improve the health of skin and hair. It also helps with bone growth and tooth development.
Potassium – Potassium maintains muscle elasticity and body electrolyte balance. It helps improve nerve impulses, the energy release of proteins, fats and carbohydrates in the body’s metabolism process.
Iron – Iron can carry large amounts of oxygen into the bloodstream.
Vitamin C – Vitamin C can promote bone growth, muscle development, prevent hardening of the arteries, protect teeth, and helps the absorption of iron.
Vitamins – Prunes are rich in vitamin E, vitamin K, calcium, iron, and magnesium.
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