Red Plums

Product Description

There are two types of plums; Japanese and European.
All are fine to eat but the European prune types are also well suited to cooking.
The various plum varieties differ considerably in color and flavor but most varieties have juicy flesh.

Quality Indication:
Good quality plums will feature a rich color and may still have a slight whitish "bloom," reflecting that they have not been overhandled.
They should also be free of punctures, bruises or any signs of decay.

Optimum Conditions:
Temperature: From -1 to 0 degrees Celsius
Humidity: From 90% to 95%
Storing: From 14 to 28 Days

Nutritional Value:

Nutritional values ​​per  Serving Size Calories  Vitamin A  Vitamin C  Calcium  Iron 
100 g 165g 76 11% 26% 1% 2%