Prunes are slightly higher in calories than plums in their natural state. However, they are still an important source of nutrients. According to this report by Self Nutrition Data, each 28-gram serving of this food contains approximately:

Calories: 67
Carbohydrates: 18 grams
Fiber: 2 grams
Sugars: 11 grams
Vitamin A: 4% of daily recommended requirements (RDR).
Vitamin K: 21% of RDRs.
Riboflavin or vitamin B2: 3% of RDRs.
Vitamin B3: 3% of RDRs.
Vitamin B6: 3% of RDRs.
Potassium: 6% of RDRs.
Copper: 4% of RDRs.
Manganese: 4% of RDRs.
Magnesium: 3% of RDRs.
Phosphorus: 2% of RDRs.

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