- Rich in dietary fibre, iron and potassium
- Suitable for vegetarians
- Long expiration dates
Curtis Raisins are dried grapes with natural sweetness and versatility which makes them a wonderful cooking and baking ingredient. They make a great addition to a number of recipes, these could be breads, oatmeal cookies, quinoa, and salads – best if plumped ahead of time prior to baking. They can also be used as a natural sweetener.
They are naturally rich in the antioxidants that help fight free radicals in the body. They are a good source of iron and essential B vitamins, which aids in treating anaemia by helping to form new red blood cells. They contain Boron, a micronutrient that is important in bone formation and calcium absorption. Rich in potassium, raisins may help to reduce heart rate and blood pressure.
Store in a cool and dry place. Do not expose to direct heat and moisture. Once opened, be sure to seal the bag tightly or transfer to airtight container to retain freshness.
Founded in 1850, RM Curtis & Co. Ltd. has been involved in trading and food commodity importing, from herbs and spices to rice, cereals and pulses.
99.9% Raisins, Sunflower Oil
|Typical Values||Per 100g|
|Energy||1227 kJ (293 kcal)|
|of which Saturates||0.0 g|
|of which Sugars||69.3 g|
RM Curtis & Co. Ltd.
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