Raisin is defined as dried fruit of different kinds of grape. Any kind of grape has sugar (glucose and fructose) in different quantities depending upon the variety. grapes having the most glucose are the most willingly fermented. Grapes possess such minerals like calcium and phosphorus and are considered as a source of vitamin A.
It was grown in 2000 BC in Persia and Egypt, and the name is mentioned in the Bible (Numbers 6:3) at the time of Moses which is a representation of dried grape’s existence in ancient time. Until the 20th century the main producers of raisin were Turkey, Iran, and Greece. However after that time countries like the United States and Australia stated cultivating this product.