Prunes in the NY Times

In 2017, the New York Times printed the article “In Praise of the Prune” in their Sunday magazine. The writer, Teja Rao, understands what it’s like to enjoy a quality prune.

“In most parts of the world, including the small town east of Paris where I lived as a kid, prunes were never a punch line. Good prunes were considered a serious craft, a worthy, occasional expense, a perfectly conventional thing to love. They’d be simmered with game, whipped into a boozy mousse or slipped into baggies to eat as a snack.”

We couldn’t agree more — good prunes are a craft, one that we’ve perfected with over 100 years of farming.

Read the full article here.