Iranian Raisins

History Of Raisins

The history of raisin The raisin was discovered accidentally, many years before Christ. People ate grapes but did not know that if they were to dry the grape, it would become this useful and delicious dried fruit called the raisin. Historians claim that the Phoenicians and Armenians were the first nations to produce raisins. Phoenicians established vineyards in Spain and Greece that were fitting for cultivating raisins and the Armenians established their vineyards in Iran, Turkey and Iraq. The Greeks and Romans had a high demand for raisins and then other countries started to use raisins as well.

Raisin Factory

At the center of the Iranian raisin production province, we have implemented our Manufacturing factory with a wide variety of technology and different types of machinery ranging from laser Sort machine, Metal Detector, X-Ray Scanner, hair-burner, etc.

We also have a wide range of Quality Control equipment to carry out precise control on the quality of our products in all the production stages; from farm to the warehouse and after that transportation and loading.


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Botanical Information of Raisins

The grape is from the vitaceae family and has more than 800 varieties. The most common variety of grape is the vinifera. Grapes can be different colors, such as green, red, purple and yellow. Grapes can be eaten plain or processed into raisins, fruit juice and marmalade.

Raisin Packing:

Some pictures of different types of packing : 10 kg Cartons (Regular Packing)

Uses of Raisin

Customers mostly use Raisin for below items:

  • Cakes and Bakeries
  • Sweets and Confectioneries
  • Jams, Syrups and Compote
  • Snacks
  • Mixes Nuts and Dried Fruits

Some pictures of different types of packing : 10 kg Cartons (Regular Packing)


PrincipleNutrient ValuePercentage of RDA
Niacin0.400 mg2.5%
Pantothenic acid0.300 mg6%
Pyridoxine0.113 mg9%
Riboflavin0.050 mg4%
Thiamin0.060 mg5%
Vitamin A142 IU5%
Vitamin C2 mg3%
Vitamin E0.11 mg1%
Vitamin K4.7 μg4%



PrincipleNutrient ValuePercentage of RDA
Sodium11%1 mg
Potassium749 mg16%



PrincipleNutrient ValuePercentage of RDA
Calcium50 mg5%
Copper0.318 mg35%
Iron1.88 mg23%
Magnesium7 mg2%
Manganese0.299 mg12%
Phosphorus101 mg15%
Selenium0.6 µg1%
Zinc0.22 mg2%




PrincipleNutrient ValuePercentage of RDA
Carotene-α 0 µg--
Carotene-ß 85 µg--
Crypto-xanthin-ß 0 µg--
Lutein-zeaxanthin 9 µg--

Raisin Articles

Raisin Quality Control

Raisin Quality Control Quality control is an important part of each step in the raisin making process. While the grapes are growing, they are checked for ripeness by squeezing the juice from a grape and using a refractometer. This allows … Readmore

Raisin farming

Farming raisin The first step to producing good raisins is growing quality grapes in the vineyards. 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 … Readmore

The manufacturing process

The Raisin manufacturing process There are four primary methods for producing raisins including the natural, dehydration, continuous tray, and dried-on-the-vine methods. The most popular of these is the natural method which will be explained in some detail. The basic steps … Readmore

Raw materials

Raw materials The primary raw material for making raisins is grapes. To make 1 lb (453.59 g) of raisins, over 4 lb (1,814.36 g) of fresh grapes are required. These grapes must have certain qualities in order to produce quality … Readmore

To your good health

To your good health Raisins are nature’s original candy – and one of the world’s most nutritious dried fruits.     Sweet, tasty raisins are cholesterol-free, low in sodium and virtually fat-free. They provide many necessary vitamins and minerals to … Readmore

Augustus and Hannibal loved raisins

Augustus and Hannibal loved raisins 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 … Readmore

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