Australian Sultanas


The cultivation of grapes in Australia has changed dramatically over the last few years; 90 % of vines are now used to produce wine. In contrast to the labour-intensive manual harvest and processing of sultanas, wine can largely be produced mechanically, and the material price is relatively stable in the wine industry. Australian sultanas from Märsch are light in colour, which is down to the sun in Australia during the drying phase.


Typical values
per 100 g
1 serving
(25 g)
1,350 kJ
318 kcal
338 kJ
80 kcal
3,4 g
0,9 g
71,8 g
18,0 g
of which sugar
67,1 g
13,8 g
0,6 g
0,2 g
of which saturated fatty acids
0,2 g
0,1 g
3,9 g
1,0 g
0,01 g
<0,01 g


* GDA recommended daily intake (The values are based on a daily nutritional intake of 2,000 kcal – source CIAA)

Australian Sultanas · 200 g