Varieties Of Raisin

Dried Fruit
  • Country Origin: Chile
IMAGE 1- Golden A Thompson grape treated with sulfur dioxide and dried mechanically to achieve its golden color. / IMAGE 2- Flame Dark to black in color, round and plump. Contains a high sugar content making it the ideal grape for producing sweet raisins. Used in a wide variety of trail and snack mixes. / IMAGE 3- Thompson Brown to dark purple in color, elongated shape. Most popular throughout the world for drying into raisins. The preferred raisin of bakers. / IMAGE 4- Superior Brown to dark-purple in color, elongated shape, very similar to the Thompson variety but rounder and larger. / IMAGE 5- Red Flame A Flame grape treated with sulfur dioxide obtaining a bright red color.