Raisins are dried grapes.The sweetest variety of grapes and those which contain less seeds are chosen to be desiccated. Within Spain they are produced mainly in the province of Málaga, where they still currently perserve the traditional process of drying. This unique process consists of sun drying ripe grapes of the Moscatel variety. The bunches are arranged carefully on sloping surfaces called paseros (grape dryers). Once dried, the bunches can be deseeded by hand or mechanically. Rasins have a high nutritional supply, seen as they are rich in carbohydrate content, potassium and fibre.
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