Introducing Kashmari Raisins, the traditional long green raisin is grown and dried locally for better taste. Raisins are machine-dried, sun-dried for a short time, and then machine-dried again to remove excess moisture. The end product has a sweet and sour taste that sets it apart from other varieties. The thin and elongated shape of this raisin sets it apart from all others. The taste is a mix of sweet and sour that is unique to this variety. This product is machine dried and contains small amounts of vegetable oil to help preserve the raisins, which means they won't clump together when you eat them.
Raisins are packed with vitamins, minerals, phyto-nutrients, and anti-oxidants, including dried apricots, figs, and prunes. The poly phenolic anti-oxidants present in them, along with dietary fiber and other phyto-nutrients, contribute to their health benefits. You can consume these without fear of gluten toxicity because they are made of gluten-free ingredients. They are rich in minerals such as calcium, iron, manganese, magnesium, copper, fluoride, and zinc, as well as heart-healthy electrolytes and potassium. The B-complex vitamins thiamin, pyridoxine, riboflavin, and pantothenic acid are present in raisins in good quantities.
High-quality raisins are always preferred when you’re contemplating buying raisins. When buying raisins, select ones with plump flesh and a robust flavor and aroma. Wrinkles on raisins are acceptable. Avoid old stock and those that are wet, moldy, sunburnt, scarred, insect-chewed, mechanically damaged, or otherwise marred. Avoid old stock as well as those that are moist, humid, exposed to sunlight, and heated to high temperature, because they will suffer serious harm to their appearance, edibility, and keeping quality.
They can be consumed as a snack, or over ice cream or other desserts to add crunch. They can also be used to enhance fruit salads and ice cream, as well as bakery items such as chocolates, cookies, muffins, bread, puddings, biscuits, cakes, and waffles, among others. Our other dry fruits such as apricots, dates, prunes, and figs, as well as almonds, cashews and other nuts may also be used.
Sulfur-sensitive people should avoid using certain types of raisins, especially the golden variety, since they are treated with sulfur dioxide, which may trigger allergic reactions. Carefully examine the labels before using products that may have been treated with sulfur to ensure their safety. Sun-dried products, on the other hand, are considered safe for everyone because they haven’t been treated with chemicals or additives.