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Premium "Red Fragrant Concubine" Raisins is a rare variety with extremely low production, making it the finest among grapes. Its thick, seedless flesh has a hint of rose fragrance, a rich sweetness, and a chewy texture with an endless aftertaste. Its color is wine-red, transparent, and with long, uniform grains. It is named "Red Fragrant Concubine" because it was a tribute to the concubine, emperor, and officials during the Qianlong era.


Natural Air-drying: The Turpan Basin in Xinjiang is particularly suitable for planting and air-drying crops. The area is low-lying, with scorching summers, long periods of temperatures reaching forty degrees, and scarce rainfall. In this climate, Turpan people invented a unique air-drying room - "drying room". This type of room has holes on all four walls, providing both ventilation and protection from sunlight, allowing natural air-drying without any drying agents.


Raisins are rich in iron and calcium and contain abundant natural glucose, proteins, vitamins, cellulose, and various trace elements required by the human body, such as potassium, phosphorus, and magnesium. They are an excellent tonic for children, women, vegetarians, and those with weak anemia, as they can nourish the blood, warm the kidneys, and treat anemia. In addition, the various minerals, vitamins, and amino acids in raisins are beneficial for those with neurasthenia and excessive fatigue, and they are also a good dietary therapy for women's diseases.

Premium "Red Fragrant Concubine" Raisins

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