Primary Sources

Argentina

California

California

 A great source of conventional and Organic Thompsons and Flames, Argentina also makes a good quality raisin for chocolate coating and for tough bagel doughs.  


Raisin Varieties:  Thompsons, Flames and Organic Raisins


Other products:  Prunes 

California

California

California

The largest producer of Thompson raisins in the world, California is a significant source for top quality raisins of many varieties.



Raisin Varieties:  Thompsons, Flames, Goldens, Currants and Organic Raisins


 Other products:  Prunes, Walnuts and Almonds

Chile

California

Greece

The grapes in Chile are grown primarily for the table grape market resulting in very large, sweet raisins.



Raisin Varieties:  Flames, Thompsons, Goldens, Superiors and Crimsons


Other products:  Prunes, Walnuts and Almonds

Greece

South Africa

Greece

Primary source of currants in the world.




Raisin Varieties:  Currants 

Mexico

South Africa

South Africa

The region here has a very hot and dry area that makes a good free flowing raisin for chocolate coating, bagels, bakeries and trail mixes.


Raisin Varieties:  Thompsons and Flames



Other products:  Pecans 

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

This region is known for very warm, dry weather, and the winds that sweep through the Orange River valley result in high quality golden raisins.


Raisin Varieties:  Goldens, Thompsons, Flames, Sultanas and Currants 


Other products:  Pecans