The product in the process is from seedless grapes of the Vitis vinifera variety. Golden Raisins (Also called Angora in Iran) are grown in the most parts of Iran, so they are golden amber in color with a naturally sweet and fruity flavor. These sweet and chewy raisins are a delicious snack on their own, but can also be added to trail mixes, baked goods and granolas for an extra healthy snack.
This popular kind is produced from grapes with special natural characteristics and particular sugar level. These characteristics are merely available in grapes grown in Bonab area and this city is the best producer of this kind of raisins in Iran. After being double washed, golden raisins are dried and treated with sulfur dioxide to retain their golden color, coated with vegetable oil, stemmed, mechanically cleaned, laser and hand sorted then metal detected under the extreme care of hygienic conditions and with legal and safety requirements and the customers’ special specifications.
Storage: In a cool, dry, clean and well-ventilated place. Recommended storage temperature is between 10-15 Celsius degrees.