The product in process is from seedless grapes of the Vitis vinifera variety. Sultana raisins are Light to dark brown in color. They are dried in special drying plants and Due to their very high sugar content, sultanas are very sweet and similar in flavor to honey. sultanas can be treated with sulfur in order to gain a light brown color but the most popular one is the dark brown sultana which does not contain any sulfur and is used widely in bread ¬industry, cake- and pastry ¬bakeries, cereal producers, and the dairy ¬industry. After being double washed, sultana raisins are dried, coated with vegetable oil, stemmed, mechanically cleaned, laser and hand sorted then metal detected under extreme care of hygienic conditions and with legal and safety requirements and the customers special specifications.
RAW MATERIALS USED
The Sultanas raisins produced in Golchin Zare is done from raw material which is well grown, lye dipped, sun dried, windrowed and stored by the farmers prior to delivery to Golchin Zare.
Berry Count/ 100 g
Golchin Zare offers 4 different sizes of Raisins as follows:
Colour: Light to Dark brown
۱٫ Light Amber 2.Normal 3.Dark Amber
- The cardboard should be clean and strong.
- The polyethylene bag shouldn’t be dirty and torn.
- The products are packed in cardboard boxes with inner polyethylene BLUE plastic bag, transparent or blue in color.
- Bulk packaging of 5 kg, 10kg, 12.5kg net in cartons.
- Cello bags of minimum 200gr. / net and maximum 1 kg /net.
- Blank cello bags of 3kg and 5kg net each.
- Cartons are clearly marked according to buyer’s requirements.
- The cartons are sealed with tape and then are passed through a metal detector.
- ۲۰′ GP container: 1700 X 12.5kg NET or 2050 X 10kg NET
LIST OF ALLERGEN SUBSTANCES
This list is completed in order to inform consumers request liable to intolerances or food allergies.
The sultana is a “white” (pale green), oval seedless grape variety also called the sultanina, Thompson Seedless (United States), Lady de Coverly (England), and oval-fruited Kishmish (Iran, Turkey, Palestine). It is assumed to originate from the Levant (Asia Minor), which later became part of the Ottoman Empire. In some countries, especially Commonwealth countries, it is also the name given to the raisin made from it or from larger seedless grapes; such sultana raisins are often called simply sultanas or sultanis. These are typically larger than Zante currants (which are also a kind of dried grape, not currants in the botanical sense), and the Thompson variety is smaller than many seeded raisins. In the USA and Canada, the name “raisin” is applied to all dried grapes, so that the breakfast cereal known as “sultana bran” in Australia and the United Kingdom is called raisin bran in the United States and Canada.
Thompson sultana raisins are small and sweet, and have a golden colour. Another seedless grape variety from the former Ottoman Empire, the round-fruited Kishmish, is also dried to make a larger sultana raisin