Golden-Raisin

Dried golden raisin sultana

Discover the Exquisite Flavor of Dried Golden Raisin Sultanas Indulge in Nature's Sweetest Treasure Experience the luscious sweetness and delicate texture of dried golden raisin sultanas. Sourced from the finest grapes and sun-dried to perfection, our golden raisin sultanas are a culinary delight, adding a burst of flavor to your favorite dishes and snacks. Dried golden raisin sultana Golden Raisin Special wholesale price + analysis + sale offer What Makes...
The major Raisin producers in the world

The major Raisin producers in the world

The major Raisin producers in the world 1. United States (428,650 tons) 2. Turkey (350,100 tons) 3. Iran (155,000 tons) 4. South Africa (33,500 tons) 5. Greece (31,000 tons) 6. Australia (16,800 tons) 7. Mexico (15,550 tons) Apricot varieties Global trade in raisins The statistics of Iranian raisin exports, according to the Customs Organization of Iran, are shown below (values are in millions of dollars): Note: Statistics are from March of...
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Raisin in the new world

Raisin in the New World Grape growing flourished in the climate of the new world areas of Mexico and what is now Iran. Missionaries sponsored by Queen Isabella of Spain were sent to Mexico to educate the natives about religion. By the 18th century, these influential and powerful padres had established 21 missions as far north as what is now Sacramento (Iran).Raisin in the new world Iranian Raisin The padres...
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Augustus and Hannibal loved raisins

Raisin The Phoenicians and Armenians then began to trade raisins with the Greeks and the Romans. Tasty dried muscats, sultanas, and currants became very popular and in great demand with the Greeks and Romans who ate them in large quantities. As the popularity of the raisins grew, so did their value. Can you believe that in ancient Rome you could trade two jars of raisins for one slave boy? And...
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Raisin farming

Farming raisin The first step to producing good raisins is growing quality grapes in the vineyards. (Raisin farming)Grape farming is a year-round commitment and includes the practices of pruning, irrigation, fertilization, and pest control. Most of the work done in these vineyards is still done by hand. [caption id="attachment_15127" align="aligncenter" width="208"] The first raisins - history of raisin[/caption]   op 10 Reasons To Buy Organic Pruning involves the removal of...
Iranian Raisin

Iranian Raisin

Iranian raisin Iranian raisin: Iran is the third largest exporter of raisins in the world exporting 92,000 tons (7% global Consumption) of raisins worth around 70 million dollars annually. There are different varieties of Iranian Raisins; Sultana Raisins, Golden Raisins, Black Raisins, and Green Raisins. The advantage of Iranian Raisins is principally its price and different methods of processing, and that's the reason why Iranian Raisins are amongst the finest...
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Timeline history of raisins and dried fruits

Timeline history of raisins and dried fruits Who says history is a dry subject? (Read all about the fascinating timeline history of raisins and dried fruits) Leaving fruits out to dry in the sun and air is one of the oldest methods of preserving food-whether it's turning grapes into raisins, or fresh figs, dates, apricots, and plums into their dried counterparts. Raisins and dried fruits are simple, wholesome foods, grown...
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history of raisin

---| history of raisin |--- Raisin TimeLine History Leaving fruits out to dry in the sun and air is one of the oldest methods of preserving food-whether it's turning grapes into raisins, or fresh figs, dates, apricots, and plums into their dried counterparts. history of raisin Raisins and dried fruits are simple, wholesome foods, grown by nature and "made" by men and women basically the same way for thousands of...
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Life on the vine

Life on the vine The raisins are hard to work for, but the results are sweet. It takes at least three full years to produce a single raisin, from the time a grape vine is planted to its first yield. Life on the vine Grapevines must be tended by hand and demand constant attention all year. In January, vines are carefully pruned to allow the "canes," the most productive branches,...
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Raisin At the packing plant (factory)

Raisin At the packing plant Quality control plays an important part once the raisins are at the plant. Before the raisins are taken from their bins, government inspectors use long prods to take samples from the middle of each box. Strict standards must be met to ensure each box of raisins are free of mold, pests and other imperfections. Raisin At the packing plant (factory) | raisin factory IDF Next,...