Organic Raisins – CADIA®

Organic Raisins – CADIA®

This balance between sweet and slightly tart makes these little fruits incredibly versatile for various culinary creations. Organic raisins also have a chewy texture that adds an enjoyable element to each bite.

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Taste: As soon as your teeth sink into a juicy organic raisin, a burst of sweetness floods your taste buds. The natural sugars in these little fruits are concentrated during the drying process, creating a rich and intense flavor that is simply irresistible. But it’s not just about the sweetness; there’s also a subtle tanginess that adds depth to the taste profile of organic raisins. This balance between sweet and slightly tart makes them incredibly versatile for various culinary creations. Organic raisins have a chewy texture that adds an enjoyable element to each bite. They provide a satisfying experience as you savor their softness and let their flavors unfold on your palate. What sets organic raisins apart from conventional ones is the absence of artificial additives or preservatives. This purity allows their natural flavors to shine through, making every bite more authentic and wholesome. Whether you’re snacking on them directly from the bag or incorporating them into dishes like salads, trail mixes, or baked goods, organic raisins add both sweetness and complexity to any recipe they grace. So go ahead – indulge in their delightful taste sensation! Made: The pure quality organic flavor you can only get from only real ingredients. You’ll notice the difference — a true treasure in our line-up of pure foods. Passion: CADIA® organic foods are fresh and flavorful. Made from premium ingredients, sourced from around the world. Our Organic Raisins are made with – Organic Raisins. They are also Kosher-OU and Vegan. Uses: Organic raisins are not just a delicious snack on their own, but they also have a wide range of uses in various culinary creations. Their natural sweetness and chewy texture make them an excellent addition to both sweet and savory dishes. In baking, organic raisins can be used in a variety of recipes. They add moisture and depth of flavor to breads, muffins, cookies, and cakes. Whether you’re making traditional oatmeal raisin cookies or experimenting with a new recipe for cinnamon swirl bread, organic raisins are sure to enhance the overall taste and texture of your baked goods. But it’s not just desserts where these little gems shine! Organic raisins can also be incorporated into savory dishes such as rice pilafs, couscous salads, and tagines. The hint of sweetness from the raisins adds balance to the savory flavors in these dishes. For those who follow plant-based diets or simply want to incorporate more nutritious ingredients into their meals, organic raisins are a great choice. They provide natural sweetness without relying on refined sugars. You can sprinkle them over breakfast cereals or yogurt bowls for an extra burst of flavor or use them as toppings for salads or grain bowls. So next time you reach for that handful of organic raisins as a snack, consider all the creative ways you can use them in your cooking as well! History: Organic raisins have a rich and fascinating history that dates back thousands of years. The cultivation of grapes for raisin production can be traced back to ancient Persia, where they were considered a prized delicacy. From there, the art of drying grapes spread to Egypt and the Mediterranean region. The process of making organic raisins involves carefully sun-drying or dehydrating grapes until they reach their desired sweetness. This technique has been passed down through generations, with farmers employing traditional methods to ensure the highest quality product. In recent years, the demand for organic food products has surged as people become more conscious about what they put into their bodies. Organic raisins are no exception, offering a healthier alternative to conventionally grown varieties that may contain harmful pesticides and chemicals. Today, organic raisins are enjoyed in numerous ways – whether it’s added to baked goods like cookies and bread or sprinkled on top of salads for an extra burst of flavor. Their versatility makes them a staple pantry item in households around the world. As we embrace sustainable farming practices and prioritize our health, it’s important to appreciate the long-standing tradition behind organic raisins. By supporting organic agriculture, we not only nourish ourselves but also contribute to preserving this centuries-old culinary treasure for future generations to enjoy. Testimonial: “I recently started incorporating organic raisins into my baking recipes, and the difference is incredible! They add a burst of natural sweetness to cookies, breads, and muffins while providing extra texture. My family absolutely loves it!” – Stephanie M.

Organic Raisins.

Nutrition Facts
About 11 servings per container
Serving size 1/4 cup (40g)
Amount per serving
Calories 120
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 10mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 32g 12%
Dietary Fiber 2g 5%
Total Sugars 24g
Includes 0g Added Sugars 0%
Protein 1g
Vitamin D 0mcg 0%
Calcium 20mg 2%
Iron 1mg 4%
Potassium 300mg 6%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Produced in a gluten-free facility.

Country of Origin: USA


If there is sugaring, this can be caused by one of the following: high moisture or refrigeration storage conditions which will dry the fruit out and force the internal natural sugar to crystallize.

We recommend that the packs be kept in cool temperatures 55-60° F and 55% relative humidity.

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When you steer your cart into the neighborhood grocer, your shopping trip has the power to shape your community. Since 2010, CADIA® has offered products exclusively to independently-owned grocers to ensure they can compete with the big box down the street. Grocers are empowered with the goods they need, while you get the high-quality products and low prices you want. From lentils to laundry detergent, the goodness that goes into your basket can now flow right back into your hometown.