What’s the difference between Sultanas, Raisins and Currants?
- Raisins are dried white grapes usually of the variety ‘Muscatel’. The main producers are the USA, Turkey, Greece and Australia.
- Sultanas are small raisins. They are seedless, sweet, pale golden in colour and come mainly from Turkey.
- Currants are dried, black, seedless grapes originally produced in Greece. They were known as ‘raisins of the sun’.
source: Royal Botanic Gardens – Kew
Available to order
Mostly from Turkey
processed from the Vitis vinifera L. family formed of sun dried seedless sultanas. After being double washed, sultanas are x-rayed, laser sorted, hand-picked, aspirated then sieved.
INGREDIENT: 99.5% Sultanas, 0.5% Cottonseed oil.