Golden raisins, also known as sultanas, are dried grapes made from green or yellow grapes. They are produced by drying the grapes in the sun or using mechanical dehydration techniques, resulting in a sweet, chewy, and slightly wrinkled raisin with a light golden color. Golden raisins are sweeter and more delicate in flavor compared to other types of raisins and are used in baked goods, salads, trail mix, and oatmeal. They are also a good source of fiber, antioxidants, potassium, and iron.

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