Raisin
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Raisin

Origin:

Iran, Turkey and Chile.

Raisins are grapes dehydrated in the sun or through another industrial type process (generally in “ovens”); that come mostly from the fresh grape called “sultana”.
This variety of grape is characterized mainly by not having seeds and containing a high content of natural sugar. Which makes them perfect for the production of raisins.

Raisins are a very good source of fiber and carbohydrates, many of them come from natural sugars; but they also offer a great variety of minerals, especially calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium and vitamin C.
Likewise, they have insoluble fiber that among many other benefits produces the contribution of energy to the body, the acceleration of intestinal transit to prevent or reduce constipation, they reduce different cardiovascular risk factors, such as blood pressure, and are also a healthy alternative to sweet.

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Varieties

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Variety

Size

Quality

Golden Jumbo <300 RTU- Grade AAA
Sultana Standard 301-370 RTU- Grade AA
Malayer Medium 371-500 Grade A
Green Small 501-650 Grade B
Sun dried

Golden

Golden

Sultana

Sultana

Malayer

Malayer

Green

Green

Sun Dried

Sun Dried

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Varieties

Sultana STD 8 BOLD
STD 9 BROWN
STD 10 LIGHT BROWN
STD 11 LIGHT BROWN TO YELLOW COLOR
Thompson Seedless
Thompson Seedless

 

Sizes

Type Berry por 100 gr
Jumbo Más de 300
Standard 301-370
Medium 371-450
Small 450-600
Standard 7 sultanas 333 – 368
Standard 8 sultanas 327 – 362
Standard 9 sultanas 323 – 357
Standard 10 sultanas 313 – 346

STD 8 BOLD

STD 8 BOLD

STD 9 BROWN

STD 9 BROWN

STD 10 BROWN

STD 10 BROWN

STD 11 BROWN

STD 11 BROWN

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Variety

Size

Quality

Golden Jumbo (˃12mm) Grade A
Negra Medium (9-12mm) Grade B
Flame Small (<9mm) Grade C
Thompson
Crimson

Golden

Golden

Negra

Negra

Flame

Flame

Thompson

Thompson

Crimson

Crimson

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