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Raisins Sultanas 500g, organic

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SKU: 11000500
4,50 €
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. In the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, and Australia, the word "raisin" is reserved for the dark-colored dried large grape, with "sultana" being a golden-colored dried grape, and "currant" being a dried small Black Corinth seedless grape. About Sultanas Sultanas, sometimes just called golden raisins, are golden-colored dried grapes that are made from various varieties of seedless white-fleshed grapes. The skin of these fruits start off as pale yellow in color, but unlike raisins, don´t darken in the same way as they dry. Compared to raisins, sultanas also easily absorb liquid, but are smaller and slightly sweeter. Sultanas are used in the same ways you´d use raisins. Health benefits The health benefits of raisins include relief from constipation, acidosis, anemia, fever, and sexual dysfunction. Raisins have also been known to help in attempts to gain weight in a healthy way, as well as its positive impact on eye health, dental care, and bone quality. Raisins are irreplaceable as a healthy member of the dry fruits category. These golden, green or black delicacies are favorites of almost everyone, particularly children. Raisins are widely used in cultural cooking around the world (especially in desserts), and are also added to health tonics, snacks and compact, high-energy food supplements for mountaineers, backpackers, and campers. Raisins are obtained by drying grapes, either in the sun or in driers, which turns the grapes into golden, green or black gems. In fact, when their nutritional values and health benefits are considered, “gems” is a rather accurate name for them! 100 g of product contains on average: Energy value 1252 kJ/ 299 kcal fats, 0,5 g of which -saturated fatty acids millest 0,06 g carbohydrates, 75,5 g of which sugars 59,2 g proteins 3,07 g salt 0,0 g https://en.wikipedia.org/https://en.wikipe