When the grapes are picked from the tree, they are spread on a clean ground in the sun without any additives to dry, which after drying turns into a coffee rust called raisins.
It is important to know that 16% of the moisture of the primary grapes remains in the final product, ie raisins.
When the grapes are dried and turned into raisins, they are turned into different colors such as black, gold, green and red using different additives and consumed.
Raisins are used in cakes, cookies, puddings and desserts as a flavoring.
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