BOTANICAL NAME: VitisVinifera
FAMILY NAME: Vitaceae
When most fruits are dried, they keep their same name, but not the grape. The dried form of the grape, revered throughout history, has its own unique name - the raisin. A raisin is a dried grape. Raisins are produced in many regions of the world and may be eaten raw or used in cooking, baking and brewing.
The size of small pebbles, raisins have wrinkled skin surrounding chewy flesh that tastes like a burst of sugary sweetness. While the colours of raisins vary, they are generally deep brown in colour, oftentimes with hints of a purple hue.
Raisins are sweet, succulent, dried, seeded or seedless grapes. The term ‘raisin’ also refers to currants and sultanas as well as any other form of dried grape. Raisins can vary in size and are green, golden, brown or dark, depending on the grape variety used and the method of drying.
We take special care in uniform sizing, sorting & removal of stem. Care is taken the final product comprises of juicy and fully matured berries.
Raisins are one of the most sought-after items used in the confectionary. We source the products from Nasik and Sangli regions of Maharashtra We trade in two varieties of raisins namely Golden /yellow raisin used in sweets and Malayar A raisin which is brown in colour and is used in bakery products.
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We are leading exporters of raisins from India to countries like Brazil, Malaysia, Germany etc.