Raisins are basically dry grapes popularly known as Kishmish, Bedana, Manuka or dry fruit. They are primarily prepared by sun drying of different varieties of grapes and are small, dark, wrinkled in appearance. They are sweet in taste & their sweet flavor is similar to the grapes from which they are made.
|Appearence||Round shape / Long Shape, unstuck and mildly oily|
|Colour Uniformity||90% uniform, 10% opposite color|
|Size||300-500 berry count/100 gms|
|Shelf life||1 year in Cold Storage at 6 to 8 degree Celsius|
|Grapes Used||Thompson Seedless Raisins, Sonakka|
|Farm Processes and Drying Method||Sun Dried|
|Packing||15 Kg net packed in a non-sealed, folded, poly bag in-turn packed inside a taped corrugated box.|