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Proving that there’s a holiday for every occasion, today is National Chocolate-Covered Raisin Day. You can be sure that this “holiday” is purely commercial and not an act of Congress.
Chocolate-covered raisins are a very popular treat. You could almost think of them as a fruit. Raisins are dried sweet grapes. Most raisins are dried naturally by the sun right on the vine, but some are mechanically dehydrated. Sun-drying takes 2-4 weeks. Why are some of these dried raisins golden? In a word: sulphites.
Did you know that most of the world’s supply of raisins comes from California?
Did you know that 75% of raisins are eaten at breakfast? But most chocolate-covered raisins are eaten at the movie theater.
Raisins are very nutritious, having as much iron by weight as cooked dried beans or ground beef. They are fat-free and cholesterol-free, and a good source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. They are considered nature’s candy and one of the most nutritious dried fruits in the world.
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