Dried grapes are known as raisins, while sultana were originally made from Sultana grapes of Turkish origin, but the word is now applied to raisins made from wither white grapes or red grapes which are bleached to resemble the traditional Sultana.
Grapes are usually eaten raw and are the primary source of red and white wine, which is the most important use of grapes. Approximately 71 per cent of world grape production is used for wine, 27 per cent as fresh fruit, and two per cent as dried fruit. Apart from that, they are used for making jams and jellies, candies and grape juice which have numerous health benefits.
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