Dried pitted prunes with walnuts


no preservatives

no sweeteners

no artifical colours

no added SO2

no added sugar


ingredients: dried pitted prunes with walnuts

allergens: walnuts

We use fresh "Stenley" plums with huge, pulpy fruits without any mechanical damages, spots or doubles, cleaned from stems and leaves, and dried to the following conditions: 
-The appearance is whole glossy pulpy fruits with a fine skin at approximately the same size.
-The outer color is steady black. The color of the flesh is brownish to light brown.
-Taste and odor: sweet, sweet-and-sour, clearly defined odor of prunes without any side taste or smell. 

 We use big, round and healthy not rotten walnuts. The nuts is easily removed from the shell and has very good taste.


Assortment-Prunes with walnuts:

--Dried, whole, without pits, with walnuts


Storage: Keep in a cool and dry place preferably in an airtught container/bag


Pancakes, waffles, packaged snacks, trail mixes, chocolate or yogurt panning, energy bars, muffins, breads, ready-to-eat cereals, muesli, salads, sauces , etc.

Average nutritional values per 100g


1352 KJ/322 kcal


<7,02 g

-of which saturated fat

0,84 g


56,83 g

-of which sugars

48,62 g


8,42 g


3,63 g


< 0,01 g

Prunes with walnuts helps:


  Prunes are a good source of vitamin A, dietary fiber, potassium and copper.Dried prunes are free of fat, saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol
  Maintaining normal blood pressure and heart function
  Prunes` soluble fiber helps normalize blood sugar levels
  Soluble fiber also increases insulin sensitivity and can therefore play a helpful role in the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes
  Prunes are well known for their ability to prevent constipation ,decreasing the risk of colon cancer and hemorrhoids
  Prunes` insoluble fiber helps lower blood cholesterol levels
  The variety of minerals that contain nuts, makes them an excellent means of helping the nervous system regulating the cuts to the heart muscle and ensuring conduction of nerve signals in different tissues and organs. Mineral substances in nuts are important for the normal functioning of blood clotting (coagulation system) and the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats
  Walnuts are characterized by a low glycemic index. This index shows the speed at which sugar derived from food into the bloodstream. Products with a low glycemic index provide delayed raising and lowering of blood sugar, which contributes to maintaining its stable values.
  Numerous scientific studies have shown that products containing omega-3 fatty acids reduce the risk of vision loss in the elderly. According to some experts the inclusion of walnuts in the daily menu can slow the process of developing age-related macular degeneration.