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Do you love plums? We do too. That's why we travel around the world to find the best specimens: sweet with a touch of acidity and melt in the mouth flesh. You can find these ready to eat plums in South Africa.

Due to the stone, plums are officially a ‘stone fruit’. There are several varieties. Plums come with a purple skin and yellow flesh and with a purple-red skin with yellow or red flesh underneath. The similarity? All varieties of EAT ME plum are ready to eat and equally tasty and juicy.

When is a plum ripe?

The EAT ME label signals that the plum is ready to be eaten. We have special ripening chambers where the plums can continue to ripen when they arrive in the Netherlands. Our experienced ripening masters know exactly when the fruit has reached it sweetest stage and is ready to eat.

Recipes with plums

Plums are mainly popular as a handy snack. And a ready to eat plum is a true delicacy. Yoghurt will be even more tasty with plums. Or bake a plum tart or combine plum and avocado in a summery salad.

Preparation

All you have to do is rinse and halve the fruit - if you are using it in a recipe - and remove the stone. Or just bite into that scrumptious flesh.

How to use plums in the kitchen?

  • In salads
  • As a snack
  • In the blender
Plum Loose Preparation Tips
Plum Loose Preparation Tips

Storage advice

Ripe plums are best stored in the fridge.

Nutritional values per 100 grams

40 kcal
7,3 g carbohydrates
0 g fats
0 g saturated fats
2,2 g fiber

Do you think healthy skin is important? Then put plums on your shopping list more often. They contain a lot of vitamin A, which cares for your skin from the inside. Vitamin A also helps to boost your immunity. And did you know they will also help you see better in the dark? It's true!

Where do plums come from?

EAT ME plums are brought for you to Europe from South Africa, from the Western Cape. This region of South Africa offers the ideal conditions for plum growing. The temperatures in summer are high, in winter the nights are cold. Our growers harvest the fruits slightly later than usual. This gives the fruits a little longer on the tree so their sugar content can increase. And you will certainly taste the difference!

How does a plum grow? Plum cultivation photo