Iran has different varieties of grapes and therefore different raisins are made from different grapes. Each raisin has different characteristics, size, color, size and properties. We have the ability to supply all types of raisins in Iran and we can deliver this product to you with the required quality
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Our standard packages are 5 and 10 kg, but we can also do the packaging in the size you request
Raisins are dried grapes. Raisins are rich in iron, potassium, calcium and B vitamins. On the other hand, raisins have antioxidant properties and prevent cell destruction. Raisins are ripe and dried grapes. It is sold under different names in the market and, like other nuts, is found all year round. The fiber in raisins prevents colon cancer and abnormal cell growth, helps control blood sugar in the body, and is useful for treating stomach disorders and constipation. Consumption of raisins removes laziness and lethargy from the body and causes excess body water, strengthens the body, makes the mouth fragrant and raisins contain a good amount of fiber, antioxidants and energy in the body. Nutritionists believe that eating a few Raisins a day help strengthen memory and protect people from Alzheimer’s disease. Also, high fiber in raisins helps lower cholesterol and improve intestinal function. In addition, potassium can be mentioned, which reduces blood pressure and prevents the excretion of body fluids. And there is enough in raisins Raisins are good for bone health due to their high calcium content and prevent osteoporosis. Selenium in raisins is also great for the skin. Raisins were produced in Iran and Egypt in 2000 BC. Raisins were used in Rome as a prize for people who decorated places of worship and for the winners of sports competitions. Farmers all over Iran produce many types of raisins from different types of grapes and in different ways, which are used in cooking and nuts.
Types of raisins
Cold emulsion is used to prepare green raisins; It is a mixture of certain percentages of potassium carbonate and raisin oil (Australian oil). One liter of oil is mixed with 2.5 kg of potassium carbonate in 100 liters of water. The grapes are cleaned after harvest and immersed in the solution (for 20 to 30 seconds depending on the type of grape) and then hung on strands of wire inside the sanitary ware to dry. In this way, green raisins are produced and if we want, sulfur gas can be used to prepare smoked raisins. In this method, sulfur powder is poured into a small tray and set on fire. To homogenize the diffusion of sulfur, valves are installed in the court, which gradually opens and closes the air flow inside the court.
Yellow raisins (smoked)
The whole process of preparing this type of raisin is like green raisins, in which sulfur gas is used to prepare smoked raisins. Pour the sulfur powder into a small tray and set it on fire. To homogenize the diffusion of sulfur, valves are installed in the court, which gradually opens and closes the air flow inside the court.
To prepare typhoid raisins, different grape cultivars are used, such as Sabzeh Mal, Razqi, etc. Cultivars Typhoid raisins are dipped in a sharp solution of water like sunflower raisins. The only difference with sunflower raisins is that instead of spreading them in the sun, They dry in the shade and on the strap.
To prepare this type of raisin, Peykani and formal cultivars are used. For this purpose, the grapes are soaked in a sharp solution of water after harvest and then spread in a clean place exposed to direct sunlight.
Rizqi cultivar is used to prepare more raisins. For this purpose, after harvesting, the grapes are spread in a clean and free of any contamination place, and after drying, they are collected and stored in large baskets.