If you've only ever had those overly dry, hard, shriveled raisins from the ubiquitous red box, you'll want to get a taste of these bona fide beauties.
They're soft and tender and more flavorful, perfect for snacking by the handful, sprinkling into your morning granola or oatmeal, tossing into trail mixes, or adding to salads, slaws, and other savory dishes. And of course raisins are used in a great many recipes for baked goods, including muffins and quick breads, making them a worthwhile investment. Especially given their numerous health benefits, since raisins have all the nutrients found in red grapes but in a more concentrated package. Here are the highlights: healthier skin, hair, teeth, and bones; improved digestion and pH balance; reduced risk of heart disease and cancer; and increased libido. Raisins are also a natural remedy for fighting off fever and infections. That's a lot of bang for your buck.
Black Raisins, Vegetable Oil
Product of Chile
Warning: Packaged in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat and dairy products.
Serving Size: 30g (~1.1 oz)
Amount per Serving
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