Aus Prunes are packed with natural goodness. They are cholesterol and fat-free, high in fibre, low GI and they contain many nutrients and antioxidants that can contribute to our health. Most are dried on the farms where they are grown and they don't have to travel too many food miles to reach us. Aus Prunes are also delicious. They are great recipe enhancers at breakfast, lunch or dinner and an ideal, healthy snack at any time of the day.
» Great savoury and sweet prune ideas.
24th Nov, 2016
Tiffin bite sized food adventures
23rd Nov, 2016
Our Ausprune travellers are back from a huge trip to Chile and Argentina. They are settling back into farm life. These hills are a little smaller then the Andes. #Riverina #prunes #ausprunes #farmlife
9th Nov, 2016
#Ausprunes on tour. What a wonderful day!!! One more official engagement to come tonight and then we have finished the #IPA2016 Congress in Santiago, Chile. Today we visited processor Frutexsa and orchards located in the Buin area. Check out the spectacular backdrop. #Andes
8th Nov, 2016
#Ausprunes on tour. Day 2 of the #ipa2016 Congress in Santiago, Chile. Australian prune growers Grant, Michael, Tony and Del are looking forward to hearing about growing techniques in California and Solar Drying Technology in Chile.
7th Nov, 2016
#Ausprunes on tour. The last session of day 1 at #IPA2016. The world leaders from Chile, France, Italy, Australia, United States and South Africa are taking some tough questions from the audience.
7th Nov, 2016
#Ausprunes on tour. It's finally here, the 2016 International Prune Congress Santiago, Chile. Good luck to our Chairman Grant Delves who has to present the Australian Information today. #IPA2016.
3rd Nov, 2016
#Ausprunes on tour. APIA's chairman, Grant Delves ready for the first official part of our South American tour. Heading to Argentina, across the Andes, this morning to see the growing regions of Mendoza.
31st Oct, 2016
IPA Congress 2016
30th Oct, 2016
California Dried Plums