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Australian dried grapes are full of natural goodness. They’re a great source of energy, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants and they have virtually no fat or cholesterol.

Drying is one of the oldest methods of preserving food. Australian grapes are dried naturally, without the use of sulphur, and most are dried on the farms where they are grown. The sun slowly removes moisture from the fruit and the goodness is naturally sealed in.

Most Australian dried vine fruits are grown in the Sunraysia region of Victoria. That means the fruit doesn’t have to travel many food miles to reach Aussie consumers.

Meet the Grower

Daryl

Daryl was more familiar with horses than horticulture when he bought his first dried fruit farm in the late 1980s.  That’s because he’d spent his early working life on sheep and cattle stations in New South Wales and South Australia.

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Interesting Facts

Centuries before the ancient Egyptian kings built their temples, tombs and pyramids, it was discovered that the fruits clinging to vines (grapes) took on a pleasing flavour as they dried.

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