A concentrated source of natural energy


South African raisins are 100% naturally sundried grapes. Add the ‘natural powerhouse’ to your favourite recipes.

South African raisins are produced in the Orange and Olifants river regions, which is in the Northern and Western Cape respectively.

These regions experience exceptional levels of sunshine, on average 10.5 hours every day between January and March, which is when the fruit is harvested and naturally sundried. The dry, sunny climate, along with the ample supply of water from the rivers, makes ideal growing conditions to produce the highest quality raisins.

From left to right:
Thompson - brown to dark brown in colour with a rich and sweet flavour
Golden - light yellow to golden in colour with a soft texture
Flame - dark deep red/black in colour, sweet flavour and a soft, chewy texture