Snacks & Cereals

Biogreen Organic Turkish Sultana Raisins 240g (HALAL)

Naturally Sun Dried To Preserve Most of The Nutrients

RM 9.33

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Diabetics-Friendly
No Added Sugar
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Rich in potassium, iron and dietary fibre, Biogreen Organic Sultana Raisins are made from organically-grown and naturally sun-dried grapes of the ancient V. Vinifera variety. This centuries-old harvesting process retains the nutritional goodness of grapes, yielding energetic raisins with a fragrant aroma and delicate texture, making them a delectable and guilt-free snack perfect for the whole family!

Product of Turkey

Organic Seedless Sultana Raisins (certified organic by EU), Organic Sunflower Seed Oil

• 3 times more antioxidants than fresh grapes (anthocyanins, flavonols) – Fights free radicals, improves immunity.
• Source of Dietary Fibre – Aids the digestive system.
• Source of Potassium – Regulates blood pressure, heart-protective.
• Source of Iron – Improves red blood cells count, prevents anemia.
• Boron  – Promotes bone growth and improves bone strength.

Suitable for all ages above 1 year old

Eaten as a snack on its own or with bread; add to salads, cakes, biscuits or smoothies recipes.

 

Store in a cool, dry place. Once opened, please seal tightly and keep refrigerated. Best finished within 8 weeks.

Friendly reminder: This is a 100% natural and organic product. The flavour and colour of this product may therefore vary slightly due to seasonal variation.

Q1. Are Biogreen Sultana Raisins suitable for consumption by diabetics?

Yes. Raisins can be included in a diabetic diet with proper carbohydrate allocation.  Two tablespoons of raisins count as one fruit exchange, providing 15 grams of carbohydrate and about 60 calories per exchange. Both the glycemic and insulin indices for raisins are low.

Q2. Why are Biogreen Sultana Raisins added with sunflower oil?

When packaging raisins, a small amount of sunflower oil is added to keep the raisins from clumping and sticking together. Free-flowing raisins are easier to pack. The amount of oil constitutes less than 1% of the product.

Q3. Why are there colour differences between different types of raisins?

The colour variation between raisins is attributed to the drying method. Naturally sun-dried raisins experience gradual oxidation and caramelisation of sugars, thereby yielding dark brown or black appearance. Whereas golden amber looking raisins are typically produced by mechanically drying grapes while exposed to sulfur dioxide to prevent oxidation and caramelisation.

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