St. Dalfour, Giant French Prunes, Pitted, 7 oz (200 g)
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- All Natural Preservative Free
- Imported from France
- All Natural & Healthy
- No Fat
- No Cholesterol
- Preservative Free
- Hand-Picked, Clean, Ready to Eat
- Super Plump
- Optimal Food Process
These fancy prunes are made from plums grown in the Agen region of France. The climate and terrain act in harmony to create plums of extraordinary quality. They are made into prunes without preservatives using a special all natural, patented deep vacuum method. The pits are then removed. St. Dalfour keeps the tender, plump quality of the prunes. They are not dry or hard, they are succulent. They are the best pitted prunes in the world.
Packed in France with Prunes from Agen, France
After opening, refrigerate. Delicious for 2 months
|Serving Size: 4 prunes (43 g)|
|Servings Per Container: About 5|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Sat. Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carb.||27 g||9%|
|*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
Posted by alvinlky on Jul 26, 2016
Tasty prunes and delicious, will buy it again.
Good, But Feeds Gut Microbes
Posted by 4615260960079421938 on Jul 04, 2016
Other fruits not so much.
Posted by 4960696016636744624 on Jun 20, 2016
I recommend regardless of their price, I will by then 95% of the time to the local market ones!
Posted by 5513759397658720162 on Jun 19, 2016
Very tender fresh and juicy prunes. Its not cheap however best prunes that i have had. I have a hard time of going back to buy the supermarket pitted prunes now:(