Description: Raisins are essentially dried grapes. They are very sweet due to their high sugar content. When stored for an extended period of time, sugar crystallises. However, the crystals break down upon the submerging of the raisins in liquid (alcohol, juice, milk or hot water). They are high in protein and, to a lesser extent, iron, potassium and vitamins B. They contain simple sugars (fructose and glucose) as perfect energy boosters, as well as fibre, small amounts of protein, fats, antioxidants (catechin, quercetin, resveratrol, vitamin A, B1, B2, C, E, calcium, potassium, iron). They are effective in the body detox process; they are a quick energy booster and a natural source of essential minerals, vitamins and other essential substances; they have positive effects on the bones, joints and teeth; they help individuals with anaemia; they improve digestion and the treatment of constipation.
Use: They can be eaten raw or used in baking (in marble cakes, muffins, sweet bread, strudel) or cooking (sauces) or in cold dishes (muesli, yoghurts). They make for great extra ingredients in sweet cottage cheese and yoghurt or an effective post-game energy booster for athletes.
Contents: raisins, sunflower oil
Country of origin: Turkey
50 g, 100 g, 200 g, 500 g, 1 kg