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California Prune Board welcomes 0% tariff announcement on import of prunes

24th November 2022   California Prune Board welcomes 0% tariff announcement on import of prunes The California Prune Board (CPB) has welcomed the UK Government’s decision to suspend the UK import tariff on dried prunes (commodity code: 08132000).  Effective from 1 January 2023, the suspension sees the removal of the 8% tariff until at least 31 December…

California Prune Board and Royal Osteoporosis Society highlight link between diet and healthy bones

13th October 2022 California Prune Board and Royal Osteoporosis Society highlight link between diet and healthy bones According to statistics from the Royal Osteoporosis Society (ROS), more than three million people in the UK are living with osteoporosis, which weakens bones and can increase the risk of fractures. With prunes high in bone-friendly vitamin K,…

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California Prune Board champions ‘California Cuisine’ trend

29th September 2022   California Prune Board champions ‘California Cuisine’ trend California cuisine is making waves in the UK and Europe with an influx of chefs, restaurants, and ingredients arriving from the Golden State. It’s a style that is characterised by seasonal and sustainable ingredients, light dishes, and healthy meals and championed by one of…

Men’s Health Week: California Prune Board highlights the importance of diet for healthy bones

13th June 2022   Men’s Health Week: California Prune Board highlights the importance of diet for healthy bones Men’s Health Week takes place from today (13th-19th June 2022), with the California Prune Board (CPB) using the event to shine the spotlight on men’s bone health. According to statistics from the Royal Osteoporosis Society (ROS), 20…

California Prunes awarded ‘Bone Health Approved’ status by Royal Osteoporosis Society

7th March 2022   California Prunes awarded ‘Bone Health Approved’ status by Royal Osteoporosis Society California Prunes have been successfully awarded ‘Bone Health Approved’ status by the Royal Osteoporosis Society (ROS), thanks to a growing body of evidence showing the positive effects prunes can have on skeletal health. High in vitamin K and a source…