What is Raisins? The shriveled Black, Green, Yellow, Brown, or Purple morsels known as raisins are actually grapes are dried in the sun or in a food dehydrator. Baswant Raisins offer a range of quality raisins i.e. Jumbo Black Seedless Raisins, Green Raisins, Black Seeded Raisins, Long Green Raisins, Yellow Raisins etc. Raisins are naturally sweet and high in sugar and calories, but they’re beneficial to our health when eaten in moderation. In fact, raisins can aid digestion, boost iron levels, and keep your bones strong. Raisins, also known as ‘Bedane/Manuka‘ in Marathi, ‘Khishmish‘ in Punjabi, ‘Kishmish’ in Hindi, ‘Yendu Dhraksha‘ in Telugu, ‘Ular Dhraakshai/Kaintha Thratchai‘ in Tamil, ‘Kismis/Unakku Munthiringa‘ in Malayalam, ‘Ona Drakshi/Vonadraakshe‘ in Kannada, ‘Lal Draksh/Khismis‘ in Gujarati and ‘Kash/Kishmish‘ in Bengali. Since ancient times, raisins are as a form of preserving grapes so they would last through the winter months and could be more easily stored and transported. 28 varieties of grapes are considere to be a nutritious and healthful food and raisins a good source of energy because of their high sugar content. Sun drying was seen as a natural way to produce raisins that not only gave them a particular intense flavor, but also maintained the delicate balance of nutrients of the original fruit. Some saw this age-old process as an extension of the natural ripening cycle of the grape. Indeed, it is almost certain that raisins and grapes occurred naturally before men intended to cultivate them.
We gather honey from our own bee colonies, farmers, beekeepers. We perform different physical and substance tests in the our research laboratory for virtue according to the quality parameters.
Baswant Honey Bee Park & Training Center is executing the beekeeping plan to spread fertilization by giving honey bee boxes to the farmers and for creating work for the beekeepers.
Baswant embraces crafted by conferring preparing in beekeeping, gracefully of honey bee boxes, giving specialized direction, flexibly of honey bee states, appropriation of honey bee sovereigns, creation of nectar through nursery states, research, processing of nectar, offer of nectar and wax and so on.