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Crimson Raisins

Product Description

The Crimson Raisin is produced from the Crimson Seedless grape, which was developed in Fresno, California, and released to the industry in 1989. The variety consists of red berries that are medium in size and cylindrical to oval in shape. The skin of the grape is medium in thickness and the flesh is firm to crisp. It has superior eating characteristics, with an excellent, sweet flavor. The grapes are known for their late-season harvest, which runs late into the fall.

Country of Origin

United States of America

Physical Properties
  • Color : Color and characteristics shall be from an iridescent red and yellow to blush in color; reasonably uniform
  • Flavor : Sweet, with no evidence of off flavors
  • Size : Ranges from select to jumbo

Product shall be acceptably free of defects, according to USDA tolerances.

Preservative Properties/Ingredients
  • Moisture Maximum : 18%
  • Conventional : Sulfur dioxide added as a preservative and ranges from 1,500-3,000 ppm
  • Non-Conventional : Sulfur dioxide added as a preservative and shall not exceed 1,000 ppm

Microbial specifications provided upon customer request.

Standard Packaging

Product shall be packed in new, clean and dry corrugated cartons with liners.

  • Net Weight : 27.55 lbs. (12.5 kgs.)

Special packaging can be requested by customer.

Storage/Shelf Life

Crimson Raisins are best kept in cool, dry storage and should be consumed within 12 months for optimal quality. For a longer shelf life, store at 50° F or less.

Organic Status

Crimson Raisins are not an organic product.

Kosher Status

Crimson Raisins are Orthodox Union Kosher (OU) Pareve Certified.

Gluten-Free Statement

Crimson Raisins, and the raw materials used in processing, do not contain gluten (wheat, barley, rye, or oats).

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) Status

Crimson Raisins, and the raw materials used in their production, are not derived from and do not contain any genetically modified organisms (GMOs).