The plum is the fruit of the plum tree of the Rosaceae family that reaches 5 feet tall. this family includes more than 2,000 species of herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees distributed in the regions temperate worldwide.

Major European fruit, in addition to Rose, belong to this family. It comes in a wide range of sizes, shapes, colors and flavors that are variety dependent.


Thick to very thick calibre. Oblong, yellow fruit. Very sensitive to friction Yellow pulp very sweet when ripe.
Thick to very thick calibre. Rounded, flat shape. The skin is violate and the pulp is yellow.
Medium to big calibre. Oblong fruit. Black-redish skin. Yellow-amber pulp. Consistent and crocant, sweet. Good conservation.
Thick to very thick calibre. Greenish-yellow skin, very sensitive to friction. Yellow-amber pulp. Very sweet when ripe.
Thick calibre, oblong fruit. Yellow skin with a pink shade when ripe. Yellow-amber pulp. Very sweet.
Medium to thick calibre. Oblong fruit. Redish-violet colour. Yellow pulp, crocant and sweet.
Small to medium calibre. Round shape. Black skin. Light yellow pulp. Sweet when ripe.
Medium calibre. Round black fruit. Pink pulp that goes redish when close to ripe. Good tasty quality, sweet.
Thick to very thick calibre. Oblong fruit. Yellow skin. Very sensitive to friction. Yellow , crocant and very sweet pulp.
Big to very big calibre. Round flat fruit. Black-violet skin. Yellow pulp crocant and sweet.
Medium to big calibre. Round fruit. Black skin. Yellow, consistent and crocant pulp. Good conservation.
Thick to very thick calibre. Round and flat. Black skin. Pinkish pulp that tends to go red when ripe. Very sweet.

Nutritional properties

Composition per 100 g

Calories (KCAL) - 45
Carbohydrate (G) - 11
Fiber (G) - 2,1
Potassium (MG) - 3
Magnesium (MG) - 8
Calcium (MG) - 14
Provitamin A (MCG) - 21
Vitamin C (MG) - 3
Vitamin E (MG) - 0,7