Raisins

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  • Our premium raisins are produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilisers, ensuring a natural and pure product. 
  • Our organic raisins are non-genetically modified organisms. (non-GMO). 
  • Our raisins are produced with a commitment to environmentally friendly practices.
  • Raisins are loaded with antioxidants like resveratrol and flavonoids, which help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.
  • High fibre content in raisins promotes regular bowel movements, prevents constipation, and supports a healthy digestive system.
  • Raisins contain vitamins and minerals like vitamin C and zinc, which strengthen the immune system and help fight off infections.
  • Potassium and polyphenols in raisins help lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol levels, and decrease the risk of heart disease.
  • Raisins can be used in a wide variety of culinary dishes, including baked goods, salads, pilafs, and desserts, adding natural sweetness, texture, and flavour.
  • Raisins have a long shelf life and can be stored for extended periods without refrigeration, making them a convenient pantry staple for adding sweetness to dishes year-round.
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Raisins, the sweet and nutritious dried grapes, have their origins traced back to ancient times, believed to have been first cultivated in the Middle East. Scientifically known as Vitis vinifera, raisins belong to the Vitaceae family. They made their way to India through trade routes centuries ago. Our raisins are sourced from various regions across India, including Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh, where they are grown in abundant sunlight and harvested carefully. 

An interesting fact about raisins is that they come in different varieties, each with its unique flavour and texture, ranging from golden raisins to black raisins. Health-wise, raisins are packed with essential nutrients like fibre, vitamins, and minerals, contributing to improved digestion, bone health, and immune function. Culinary-wise, raisins are incredibly versatile; they can be enjoyed as a snack on their own, added to baked goods like bread, cookies, and cakes, or used in savoury dishes like rice pilafs and salads to add a natural sweetness and texture.

Raisins Benefits:

  • Raisins are loaded with antioxidants like resveratrol and flavonoids, which help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.

  • High fibre content in raisins promotes regular bowel movements, prevents constipation, and supports a healthy digestive system.

  • Raisins contain vitamins and minerals like vitamin C and zinc, which strengthen the immune system and help fight off infections.

  • Potassium and polyphenols in raisins help lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol levels, and decrease the risk of heart disease.

  •  Raisins are a good source of calcium and boron, essential minerals for maintaining strong bones and preventing osteoporosis.

  • The natural sugars in raisins provide a quick energy boost, making them a great pre-workout or mid-day snack.

  • Despite being sweet, raisins have a low glycemic index and can help control appetite and cravings when consumed in moderation.

  • Raisins can be used in a wide variety of culinary dishes, including baked goods, salads, pilafs, and desserts, adding natural sweetness, texture, and flavour.

  • Raisins have a long shelf life and can be stored for extended periods without refrigeration, making them a convenient pantry staple for adding sweetness to dishes year-round.

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What are raisins? 

Raisins are dried grapes that come in various colours and sizes. They are sweet, chewy, and commonly used in cooking, baking, and as a snack.

How can I use raisins in my diet? 

Raisins can be added to cereals, yoghurt, and salads. They are also popular in Indian sweets like kheer, ladoos, and various baked goods.

What is the difference between golden raisins and regular raisins? 

Golden raisins are made from sultana grapes and are treated with sulphur dioxide to retain their light colour. Regular raisins are made from Thompson seedless grapes and are naturally dark in colour.

What dishes can I make with raisins? 

Raisins can be used in a variety of dishes such as biryanis, pulaos, chutneys, and desserts like halwa and barfi. They add a sweet, chewy texture to savoury and sweet recipes alike.

How many raisins should I eat in a day? 

A small handful of raisins, approximately 30 grams, is a healthy daily portion. This amount provides essential nutrients without excessive sugar and calorie intake.

Can raisins be used in beverages? 

Yes, raisins can be soaked in water overnight to make a natural sweetener for beverages. This raisin water can be consumed on its own or added to drinks for added flavour and nutrition.