Buy now: Premium Sultanas without added sugar 1 kg
Why did Ms. grape leave her family? She was tired or raisin children! — agreed, that might not have been the best joke, but we have your attention now, don't we?
Raisins simply belong in trail mix, in mueslis and in Christmas cakes and breads. This is mainly due to their delicious sweetness and light honey flavour. If you're wondering what the differences are between grapes, sultanas, and currants (yes, there are differences), then be sure to read on and add the Premium Sultanas with no added sugar to your shopping cart right now to be equipped with a super great snack in a convenient bulk pack. Buy Premium Sultanas with no added sugar now!
Sultanas vs. raisins vs. currants – what is the difference?
You have probably heard all three terms before. But what is what and what is the difference? Both sultanas and grapes belong to the raisin group. Raisin is the collective term for dried grapes. There are light and dark dried grapes, whereby the colour says nothing about the freshness of the fruit. Most raisins are produced in the USA, Australia, Iran and Turkey: where it is nice and warm. The Sultana is one of the most important grapes, as it has a thin skin, no seeds and tastes particularly sweet. Its size and plumpness also make it so popular. When raisins are dipped in a little oil before drying, the juicy-sweet sultanas are produced. Currants, by the way, are made from small, black-purple grapes that usually come from Greece, often near Corinth. Hence the name.
Buy premium sultanas with no added sugar
The Romans used to eat grapes with great love. We still do today, but we prefer the dried variety. This preserves the grapes and brings out the sweetness even better. Pure. Without any frills. Our Premium Sultanas are not only without added sugar, but also unsulphured. Just as KoRo created them. We simply dip the berries in a little oil before drying them so that they dry even faster and can be enjoyed. Sultana buns, sultana rolls, a delicious yeast plait or cake can all benefit from the miracle berries and also spice up savoury dishes such as curries and couscous salads. Buy the 1 kg reserve pack now and add that special portion of sweetness to your favourite dishes.
|Average nutritional values||per 100 g|
|Calorific value (in kj/kcal)||1293 / 305|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||0.2 g|
|thereof sugar||68 g|
|Dietary fiber||5.2 g|
|Nutrition traces||Nutrition traces|
|Shipping||Delivery time outside of Germany|
KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
|Storage Advice||Store in a cool and dry place, away from heat|
|Ingredients||99.5% sultanas, 0.5% sunflower oil|
|Cross contamination||May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, ALMONDS, PEANUTS and other TREE NUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SESAME and SULPHUR DIOXIDE (SULPHITES).|
|Best before date||08.07.2023|
|Trade Name||Premium sultanas without added sugar|
|Press & Resellers||Download cropped photo|
Varieties & Origin
Sultanas are made from the light-coloured, seedless grape variety Sultana. In order to be dried, Sultanas are "dipped"
Exact figures on the worldwide production of the individual varieties of grapes are difficult to find, and what you see on the map is an approximation. Of course, not all of these grapes are dried, but it gives you a good overview of where grapes are cultivated. Annual production of raisins and sultanas is currently around 800,000 tons. Did you know that when the berries are dried, the water content of the berries drops to approximately 18% and the fructose content increases to about 33%?
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Top quality and super soft
Top quality and super soft.
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The reasons are soft and sweet to the taste.
The taste was as expected, there is nothing to complain about.
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The best sultanas I have always tasted
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