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Nutritional Facts

How well do you know your Prune Facts? Click on the tiles below to learn more about the nutrients in Prunes.

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Prunes contain 7.1g fibre per 100g, that’s about a quarter of your daily needs.

Learn more about digestive health
Prunes contain carbohydrate.

Carbohydrates contribute to the maintenance of normal brain function , when130g of carbohydrates are consumed daily.
Prunes contain 15g of Sorbitol per 100g.

In the bowel Sorbitol holds water like a sponge, and this facilitates normal bowel function.


Vitamin B6
Prunes are a source of vitamin B6.

Vitamin B6 helps you
feel less tired.
Vitamin K
Prunes are high in vitamin K.

Vitamin K supports the maintenance of normal bones.
Vitamins sustain life!
Vitamins sustain life!


Prunes are a source of copper.

Copper is an antioxidant nutrient that plays a role in protecting cells within the body from oxidative damage.
Prunes are high in potassium.

Potassium supports normal blood pressure.
Prunes are a source of Manganese.

Manganese supports
the normal release of energy from foods.

Nothing Added

No Fat
Prunes are naturally free from fat and saturated fat.

Reducing consumption
of saturated fat helps maintain normal blood cholesterol levels.
No Salt
Prunes are naturally salt-free.

Reducing intake of sodium (salt) helps maintain normal blood pressure.
No Added Sugar
Prunes contain only naturally occurring sugars, with no added sugar.

Prunes and prune juice can be enjoyed as part of a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. For detailed information on the nutrition content of prunes and prune juice please visit our products page.