Organic Raisins

Sultana Raisins
Sultana Raisins
Turkish Organic Raisins

Dried organic raisins are one of the most popular snacking fruits, packed with vitamins, iron, dietary fiber, and potassium. Our offer of organic raisins comes from the Manisa region in Turkey, the largest producer of Sultana Raisins in the world.

Production of Organic Sultana Raisins

The organic raisins we offer are guaranteed to meet established standards for mycotoxin levels thanks to the tests performed on large samples of raw material for ochratoxin A and aflatoxins before accepting it. The EU sets the limit for aflatoxin B1 at 2 parts per billion (2 ppb) and for total aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1 and G2) at 4 ppb in ready-to-eat dried fruits and at 10 ppb in dried fruits intended for further processing.

All our organic raisins undergo 4 scans using laser, metal detector, and x-ray machines and visual control. We deliver raisins of ready-to-use or RTU grade to our customers. We ensure that foreign material of both plant and non-plant origin does not exceed specification limits.

Application of Organic Sultana Raisins

The benefits of sultana raisins, which are consumed both in season and by drying, are innumerable. Raisins are almost a health store. When you read the benefits of black raisins, you will understand that it is no different from fresh.

It is a great snack for more energy on the go. They can be eaten at breakfast with morning cereal, oatmeal, or yogurt. They can also be added to trail mixes.

Organic raisins pair well with greens and nuts in salads to which they add both color and a pleasant, chewy texture. They are also widely used in baked goods recipes, whether it be for cakes, muffins, cookies, or scones. Their aroma and taste can also enhance both sweet and savory bread. 

Did You Know?

The difference between Sultana and Thompson raisins lies in the way they are dried and not in the grapevine species from which they originate (Vitis vinifera).

A Thompson raisin is dried naturally while a Sultana raisin is dipped in vegetable oil and natural potassium carbonate before being dried. This explains the Thompson raisin’s reddish color and the Sultana raisin’s yellowish color.

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