Raisins (Pummelo, Pomelo or Shaddock) are native to Southeast Asia and belong to the citrus family. This tree, which reaches a height of 6 to 13 meters, has a pale green and sometimes yellow fruit with white buds and rarely pink and red. Its fruit diameter is 15-30 cm and its weight is 500 grams up to a maximum of 9 kg. Raisins and sour raisins are the most popular products in this category. Raisins are rich in iron, potassium, calcium and B vitamins. On the other hand, raisins have antioxidant properties and prevent cell degradation. It is sold in different names in the market. Raisin export is in high demand due to its widespread use. There is a great variety of raisins for export in the market. The most expensive type of raisin is its golden model and the most demanded type of raisin is Plui export.