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Raisins

  • If you are thinking about Raisins and it’s benefits …
  • If you are thinking of adding Raisins in your diet …
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  • If you are thinking about the difference between the different types of Raisins, Sultanas and Golden Raisins...
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We as one of the oldest, largest and fastest growing international Dried Fruit manufacturer and exporter in the world are here to guide you.

AHT is here to inform and provide all the necessary information you need about Raisin, its nutritional facts, benefits and varieties.
Raisins are obtained primarily by drying grapes, either in the sun or driers, which ultimately turns the color of grapes into golden, green or black. They are naturally sweet in flavor. AHT’s Raisins, BRC approved quality, with its high nutrition and powerful health benefits are checked and tested many many times by the most accredited laboratories around the world. If you wish to have a comprehensive list of raisins nutritional value, click here.
Raisins & sultana are produced from the same grape and the only difference is the way they are dried. Raisins/Sultana are dried naturally while golden raisins are treated with SO2 during its process. All kind of Raisins and Dates are in one category of Dried Fruits and we supply the highest quality of them all.
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  • Anemia
    • Raisins are full of iron, copper and B complex vitamins; they are a valuable addition to daily diet. anemia or iron deficiency can be eliminate by regularly consuming raisins.
  • Cancer
    • High levels of polyphenolic antioxidants, known as catechins, destroy free radicals that lead to the occurrence of tumors, particularly colon cancer.
  • Poor Digestion
    • Raisins contain rich content of fiber. They serve as a great remedy to treat chronic constipation. Raisins regularize bowel movements, and keep gastrointestinal tract healthy
  • Fever
    • Since they are rich in phenolic phytochemicals, they are great antibacterial and antioxidant agents. Raisins are helpful in relieving bacterial infections or fever caused by viruses.
  • Poor Eye Health
    • It also include many polyphenolic phytonutrients that are great for ocular health. Because they protect eyes from many damages caused by free radical. They are also good sources of vitamin A and beta carotene to improve eyesight for maintaining good eye health.
  • Low Energy
    • Raisins are full of carbs, especially natural sugars including glucose and fructose. This is why raisins are always handy when it is need a quick boost of energy. They also help in good absorption of all essential nutrients including proteins in the body.
  • Bad Dental Health
    • Another great benefit of raisins is that it contains a phytochemical called oleanolic acid that offers incredible protection against all kinds of dental problems. If somebody suffers from cavities, tooth decay or brittle teeth; raisins will prevent any bacterial growth in the mouth. Moreover, raisins are also rich in calcium to protect tooth enamel.
  • Hypertension
    • Raisins regulate blood flow and decrease high blood pressure. Since they contain many antioxidants along with iron, potassium and B-complex vitamins; It’s helpful in reducing the stiffness of blood vessels. This greatly helps in relieving and lowering hypertension. The absence of sodium makes it a great snack during hunger pangs.
  • Cures Insomnia
    • They are also recommended as a beneficial treatment to help sleep disorders. It’s guaranteed to fix a distorted sleep pattern.
  • Poor Bone Health
    • Raisins contain good amounts of calcium. This is important to strengthen bones and relieve joint pain. Raisins are also great sources of a micronutrient, It’s also beneficial in preventing menopause induced osteoporosis and supports good bone health.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 100 grams

Amount Per Serving

Calories 320.8 Calories from fat 3.5
  % Daily Value*
Total Fat 0.4g 0.7%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0 0%
Sodium 0.056g 0%
Total Carbohydrate 75.9g 25.5%
Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
Sugars 75.8g  
Protein 1.9g  

Notice: *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher Or lower depending on your calorie needs.