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Pink Salted Long Raisin 250g
Origin: Afghanistan 🇦🇫

₹ 225.00 ₹ 162.00
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Golden raisin   Nuts   Pink salted   Salted   Taste twister   The longest grade

About Pink Salted Raisins Himalayan pink salt, enriched with magnesium, potassium and calcium, along with 84 types of trace minerals, electrolytes and empowering elements, is super healthy and beneficial. When tossed in this rosy pink salt, the raisins become even more luscious. The crunchy, chewy, and sweet little raisins, are...

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Pink Salted Long Raisin 250g
Origin: Afghanistan 🇦🇫

About Pink Salted Raisins

Himalayan pink salt, enriched with magnesium, potassium and calcium, along with 84 types of trace minerals, electrolytes and empowering elements, is super healthy and beneficial. When tossed in this rosy pink salt, the raisins become even more luscious.

The crunchy, chewy, and sweet little raisins, are super healthy yet the most delicious snack to munch upon, whenever one craves for those fatty sweets. Have these salted raisins, and you’ll repeat on the go!

Nutrition & Health

FAQ's

Pink salt contains 84 types of trace minerals, electrolytes and elements to empower you to get your daily dose on natural minerals.
How much salt is used in production?
Very mild amount is added to make it a lightly salted snacking item.
Shelf life?
6 months from the date of manufacturing.
From where it is sourced?
These seedless long golden yellow raisins are imported from Afghanistan.

Nut History

As kids, we willed it was the Devil's fruit, and biting into a chocolate chip cookie only for it to be a raisin one will always be disappointing, but everyone seems to make their peace with raisins as we grow. Raisin grapes were grown in Persia and Egypt as far back as 2000 BCE and travelled to Northern India with Persian invaders in 1300 CE.

They were introduced to the South with Mohammed bin Tughlaq's move to Daulatabad, cementing Maharashtra's position as the grape and raisin producer of the country.

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