Raisins

Botanical Name Vitisvinifera
Family Name Vitaceae
Part Used Fruit
Description It is a liana growing to 35 yards (32 m) in length, with flaky bark. The leaves are alternate, palmately lobed, long and broad. The fruit is a berry, known as a grape. The grape is eaten fresh, processed to make wine or juice, or dried to produce raisins.
Origin & Cultivation It is native to the Mediterranean region, central Europe, and southwestern Asia. In India, it is cultivated in sub-tropical, hot-tropical and mild tropical regions. It grows well in well drained loam to sandy load with good organic matter.
Quality Description
Raisin Count: (berries / 100 gms)
Jumbo Medium Standard Small
less than 150 150 - 250 250 - 350 greater than 350

Light Colour Dark Colour
Consistenting mainly of golden, amber, light brown (65%) and dark brown (30%) and blackish berries (5%) Consistenting mainly of golden, amber, light brown (30%) and dark brown (45%) and blackish berries (25%)

Physical Properties A Grade B Grade C Grade
Loose Stalks (Maximum):
- 4 to 10 mm
- More than 10 mm

2 no per 10 Kg
1 no per 10 Kg

4 no per 10 Kg
2 no per 10 Kg

6 no per 10 Kg
4 no per 10 Kg
Cap Stems (Loose & Attached): 2% of the berries 3% of the berries 5% of the berries
Damaged Berries (Max by weight): 1.00% 2.50% 5.00%
Under Developed, Shrivelled Berries(Max by weight): 2.00% 4.00% 6.00%
Moldy Berries (Max by weight): 2.00% 4.00% 6.00%
Stones (Embedded & Loose, less than size of Raisin) 2 per 25 Box 2 per 12 Box 2 per 8 Box

Chemical Properties
Moisture: less than 18%
SO2: less than 300 ppm
Vegetable Oil: less than 0.5% (applied as per customer option)
Ochratoxin A less than 10 ppb
Afflatoxin B1 + B2 + G1 + G2 less than 10 ppb

Microbiological Properties
Salmonella not detected
E.coli not detected
Other Parameters complient product can be provided as per specific requirements
Packing Enclosed in a non-sealed, folded, poly bag in-turn packed inside a taped export worthy corrugated box weighing 10 kg / 15 kg net per box.
Loading in 20ft 18-19MT
HS Code 08062010
Uses The health benefits of raisins include relief from constipation, acidosis, anaemia, and fever as well as its positive impact on eye health, dental care, and bone quality. It is majorly used in Bakery industry and also popular as a snack.