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12-15 pieces of green raisins must be included in the daily diet. However for diabetic patients the usage must not exceed more than 4-5 pieces per day.
Jain dry fruits advises its customers to open the plastic bag containing the raisins, shift to tupperware and then store in a cool place.
Refrigeration would be ideal, if the need is to preserve the raisins for a long time.
It must be kept at a safe place away from candied juicy items.
The place must be safe from insects and rodents.
Stock must be rotated and shifted from time to time to optimize shelf life. This way the raisins giving lying will also remain totally fresh and edible.
Raisins assist in digestion, because they contain fibres that start to swell in the presence of water.
Being rich in potassium and magnesium, raisins help reduce acidity and remove toxins from the system.
Raisins contain good amount of iron and B-complex vitamins, which help to treat anaemia.
Raisins exhibit antibacterial properties, that help lower the risk of fever and kill the bacteria.
Consumption of raisins is also good for your sex life. Raisins contains an amino acid named Arginine, which increases libido and induces arousal.
Raisins are found to be rich in polyphenolic phytonutrients which are antioxidants that help in keeping your eyesight strong.
Raisins can be the answer if someone is desperately trying to gain weight. Being rich in fructose and glucose, they provide loads of energy. They help gain weight without accumulating bad cholesterol.
Raisins contains plenty of hair-friendly nutrients like vitamin B, iron, potassium and antioxidants which are required, for improving the condition of the hair.
Average shelf life of dry green raisins is 8-10 months if stored correctly. However if kept in freezer and timely rotated, the shelf life can be prolonged to up to 24 months.
More commonly known as "kishmish”, raisins are basically dried grapes. In UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia, the word raisin is reserved for dark coloured large grapes, with sultana being a golden coloured dried grape and currant being a dried small black corinth seedless grape. Green raisins are juicy and tender. These sun- soaked gems are a good source of natural sugars, iron and B vitamins. Raisins look very simple and unpalatable with their aged appearance and dry texture, but they are one of nature’s healthiest alternatives to those sugar rich manufactured candies and sweet products. Raisins contains fibres that start to swell in the presence of water.
Jain Dry Fruits provides its customers fresh lots of these dried green raisins coming from India and abroad. Afghani and high grade Indian green raisins are a frequent selling item since decades now. Due to their versatile application, dry green raisins are used in almost every Indian household.