Good by nature...
Our Chilean Orchard Prunes are the perfect healthy snack for the whole family! Not only are they the most juicy prunes but each 30g portion contains 1 of your 5 a day!
Potassium to support the nervous system†
†Potassium contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system
Suitable for vegetarians
|(As Sold) Per 100g
|(As Sold) Per 30g
|of which saturates
|of which sugars*
|0.41mg (20% NRV)
|0.10mg (6% NRV)
|*Contains naturally occurring sugars
|This pack contains approximately 6 delicious servings
|NRV = Nutrient Reference Value
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (17)
I've tried pretty much all the other brands and these are consistently the best quality, and when on offer are the best value
mouldy and fermented packs
poor quality control
bought these on 5th October but had not opened them due to still having a previous order of prunes not finished. Went on holiday from 18th to 25th October and prunes remained in my food cupboard. At this point I would mention that once I open a packet of prunes I put them in the fridge. Tonight I went to open thiis packet and despite it being a full packet I found the top had already been torn off. When I opened the pack I found several mouldy prunes on top so threw away the whole pack. This has completely destroyed any confidence I had in Ocado and M&S
Not as good as others
Received as a substitution. Not as tasty as other brands and the skin is thick and chewy. If I’d known I’d have refused it.
Serious quality issues
We eat quite a lot of prunes and recently we have had 6 packs of these gone mouldy/fermented in the unopened packs. It doesn't matter if you keep the unopened packs in the fridge as we thought it was to warm in the kitchen but nope, those that are bad are still bad. Good news is if they are fresh then we have yet to come across any whole or partial stone in any of these packs.
not worth trying
Very disappointing prunes. They lack flavour. I suspect they have been rehydrated. Also, I wonder why its necessary to incur the air miles involved in importing prunes from Chile.