Zante Currant (Corinthian raisins)
Zante Currants are made from Zante (aka Black Corinth) Grapes. These grapes are small about one-quarter the size of raisins. They are seedless, like the grape, very dark, and have a tangy tartness to them. They are not actually currants; they are raisins.
Zante currants are naturally low in sodium, fat-free and cholesterol-free, but provide an ample supply of vitamins and minerals. They boast high levels of iron, potassium, calcium, and B-complex vitamins. They are also a plentiful source of dietary fiber and antioxidants.