Organic Wild Prunes

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Raw, organic, wild-grown, unoiled and unsulphured prune halvesDelicious sweet-sour tasteSourced from the mountain slopes along the old Silk RoadNaturally sun-dried to preserve flavour and textureIdeal for snacking between meals, adding some excitement to mueslis, or in many savoury dishes
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Average Nutritional ValuesPer 100g
Energy1000kJ / 237kcal
of which Saturates0.2g
of which Sugars42g

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Samarkand's Finest: Sun-Dried Plums

Prunes (which are actually just dried plums) are a good source of fibre and are well known for their benefits to digestion, as well as being naturally delicious and snackable.

Plums that grow wild develop a strong sweet-sour taste that is immediately distinctive and naturally delicious. Our raw plums are sourced from the mountain slopes of Samarkand, along the old Silk Road. Then, they’re naturally sun-dried to preserve their flavour and texture. They’re a little less soft than most prunes, but when it comes to flavour and nutrition, they’re the best in the world – if you ask us.

No Harmful Additives: Premium Quality Guaranteed

Our modern facilities use a combination of eco-friendly pressure treatment and cutting-edge spectroscopy to check, clean, and select our products, guaranteeing premium quality in every pack. The whole process is done without the use of harmful artificial processing methods, for sustainable snacking that's Right by Nature.

Prunes are high in fibre, which can help reduce issues like constipation and haemorrhoids. They also contain sorbitol, giving them a mild laxative effect – something to keep in mind!

They’re also a great source of potassium, niacin, manganese, iron and the mineral boron, which contributes to strong bones and muscles.

The dried fruit can be used in a variety of ways - as a snack between meals, as an exciting addition to mueslis, to make nut and fruit bars or to add a tart note to savoury dishes.


Prunes offer several health benefits. They are rich in dietary fiber, which promotes digestive health, supports regular bowel movements, and may help manage constipation. Prunes also provide vitamins and minerals, such as potassium and vitamin K, and contain antioxidants that contribute to overall well-being.

The number of prunes you should eat in a day depends on individual preferences and dietary needs. A typical serving is about 3-4 prunes (approximately 100 grams), which provides a good amount of dietary fiber. However, it's essential to listen to your body and adjust the portion size to your comfort level.

Yes, prunes are known for their beneficial effects on bowel health. They contain both soluble and insoluble fiber, which can soften stools, add bulk to the stool, and promote regular bowel movements. Prunes are often recommended as a natural remedy for constipation.

Prunes can work relatively quickly to relieve constipation in many individuals. Some people may experience relief within a few hours to a day after consuming prunes. The exact timing may vary from person to person, but prunes are generally considered an effective and natural way to alleviate constipation.

Bodybuilders may include prunes in their diets for several reasons. Prunes provide a source of natural energy due to their carbohydrate content. Additionally, their high fiber content can support digestive health and help maintain regular bowel movements, which is important for overall well-being and comfort, especially for individuals with high-protein diets. Prunes can also contribute to overall nutrient intake due to their vitamins and minerals.

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