Dry Fruits


Raisins are produced commercially by drying harvested grape berries. For a grape berry to dry, water inside the grape must be removed completely from the interior of the cells onto the surface of the grape where the water droplets can evaporate. However, this diffusion process is very difficult because the grape skin contains wax in its cuticle, which prevents the water from passing through.In addition to this, the physical and chemical mechanisms located on the outer layers of the grape are adapted to prevent water loss. The three steps to commercial raisin production include pre-treatment, drying, and post-drying processes.
The processed raisins in India have a great demand in the world market because of its taste and colour. The Indian crop is responsible for around 25% of the Global raw raisin production.

Global production of raisins in 2020–21 was 1.2 million tonnes, led by Turkey, the United States, Iran, and India as the largest producers. We ensure that the quality of the nuts remains maintained without having any changes in its taste. We are also adhering to the standard specification of CEPC/AFI.