Producing Our Natural Grape Syrup
After picking ripe grapes from exclusive, local fields with strict quality control, the fruits are stored in special rooms with ideal temperature and condition.
After sorting and initial control tests, the prime grapes enter the production line to be washed, pre-cooked, separated, filtered, concentrated, filtered once more, pasteurized, and packaged.
Finally, the grape syrup containers are stored in the quarantine warehouse, and later in the final warehouse.
Our Convenient Packaging
Our practical packaging includes bulk (26kg pails and 27kg gallon handled containers) and retail. Our retail packaging includes 450g and 900g jars as well as 220g and 330g squeeze bottles. Providing an incredibly convenient using experience for the final customer.
For more information on grape syrup production process, scroll through the next parts:
How Grape Syrup Is Prepared
This syrup is prepared in two methods: traditional and industrial.
In this method, after washing the grapes, they are crushed and juiced. Then, the special white soil is added, which is soil with a high composition of mineral salts.
White soil is usually heated under the sun or on a heater before adding to fruits, as unheated soil can compromise the bright color of the final product. And if white soil is not added at all, it is believed that the syrup may turn sour when boiling.
After adding the white soil, the grape juice is left for a night. The next day, it is filtered using special cloths The soil is removed from it as well. Then, the grape juice is boiled after 2 hours.
Traditional grape syrup producers believe that if the juice separated from the white soil is first poured into large containers and boiled, it will thicken and become sticky sooner, as well as offering a clear, light brown color. But, if the grape juice (after removing white soil) is boiled in copper containers, it takes more time to thicken. And as a result, it will have a darker color and a harder consistency.
In this method, after washing, grapes enter the seeding machine and are separated from the stems and seeds. The grapes are then transferred via a conveyor belt into the cutting machine. Later, the pieces go through pressing and filtration stages. At the end of these steps, the grape juice is completely separated from the pulp.
After removing the pulp, the juice is pumped into vacuum cooking containers to be cooked and concentrated. After that, the natural grape syrup only needs to be packaged.
Frequently Asked Questions
This syrup is prepared using the traditional and industrial methods. In the first method, washed grapes are crushed and juiced. Then, white soil is added and the grape juice is left for a night. The next day, it is filtered and the soil is removed. The is later boiled to reach the desired consistency.
This product is an excellent source of antioxidants, vitamins A, C, and B, and minerals like potassium, iron, calcium, and magnesium.
Drizzling over pancakes and waffles, stirring into yogurt and pudding, making grape syrup cocktails, or simply adding to soda, preparing broth, meat stews, etc.
It helps build stronger teeth and bones, decreases the risk of osteoporosis, is a natural laxative, it reduces the risk of iron-deficiency anemia, moderates PMS and menopause symptoms, promotes skin and hair health, and many more.
Each serving of grape syrup (1 tbsp.) has about 50 calories.
Eating this syrup is recommended for underweight people to gain weight and provide energy to the body. The high-calorie count can also cause overweight in sedentary people.
Natural grape syrup helps in restoring damaged skin tissues, preventing skin aging, and protecting the skin against harmful effects of sunlight, spots, and wrinkles.
Many consider this syrup a natural laxative and effective medicine for digestive complications, also preventing related problems.
grape syrup helps the baby to grow better, helps increase bone density and compensate for calcium deficiency, and prevents watery breast milk too.
To separate out solids from the fresh grape juice, this powder (a soil with a high composition of mineral salts) is added during the process.
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