Raisins are the ripe and dried fruit of grapes, which are sold under different names in the market according to the type of grapes, the method and conditions of drying, and the permitted additives in it. Like other dried fruits, they are found throughout the year.
The drying process of grape seeds increases the amount of nutrients and sugars in it, and thus raisins are much richer in nutrients and calories than grapes. Raisin is one of the foods that originated from the Middle East and then was transferred to Europe. Historically, raisins have been used as common currency and rewards in sporting events and to treat illnesses such as food poisoning. Nowadays, raisins are available in most stores and they come in different colors and sizes due to the variety of grapes and the way they are dried.
Consuming raisins is beneficial for bone health and prevents osteoporosis due to its high calcium content.
Raisins are a powerhouse of nutrients; This dry fruit is rich in fiber, iron, calcium, potassium and other essential nutrients for the body, and it creates energy in the body and helps to make hair and skin shine.
The nutritional value of 100 grams of raisins has 295 calories.
The ingredients of 100 grams are:
Potassium in the amount of 23%
Vitamin C 9%
Vitamin B12 in the amount of 10%
The fiber in this fruit is 28%