Who is a large wholesaler of The California Raisins who might be interested in a LARGE collection?
There were 6 California raisins.
The California Raisins was created in 1986.
Half of the world's supply of raisins are made in Fresno, California. Raisins made in San Joaquin Valley in California. 70 miles radius of Fresno.
In what year did California raisin growers make more money from the claymation Motown-singing California Raisins than from actual California raisins?
Raisins Sold Out The California Raisins II - 1990 TV was released on: USA: 2 May 1990 France: 29 October 2000
raisins come from California and anywhere else that has the right climate
70 mile radius of Fresno. Raisins made in San Joaquin Valley. :D
the most comes from california
Pamela Duvall Curran has written: 'Collectible California Raisins' -- subject(s): California Raisins (Fictitious characters), Catalogs, Collectibles
strawberries, oranges, grapes, raisins
I believe it was Buddy Miles.
Raisins, wine, and table grapes
* Grapes * raisins * oranges * Avacados
Thompson Seedless Grape
The California Raisins were a popular claymation "group" that performed R&B music in commercials for the California Raisin Advisory Board. They first appeared in 1986 with a famous rendition of Marvin Gaye's classic I Heard it Through the Grapevine.
The California Raisins. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ld_zlbrz18
There isn't a "state crop". If there was one it could be grapes and raisins.
Not sure but i think its $10,000 per year
It makes your brain bigger, and your lungs look like the California raisins.
Half of the world's raisins are grown in what state which once promoted the product with Motown and claymation?
I Heard It Through the Grapevine
The Central Valley of California is the "bread basket of the world." We grow all the fruits, vegetables, rice, nuts, cotton, dairies, and grapes/raisins. You will find our products around the world. If you like raisins you are eating them from here. This is the raisin capital of the world.
30. The California Raisin Market Board reports: "Two tablespoons of raisins count as one fruit exchange, providing 15 grams of carbohydrate and about 60 calories per exchange."
Raisins secs. Raisin, of course, means grape, and raisins are dried grapes. raisins secs
almonds, strawberries, melons, avocadoes, artichokes, garlic, raisins, lettuce, grapes, grain, just about everything!
there is no curry made with raisins in but there is a pudding called kheer with raisins in.
The episode "Raisins" had Raisins instead of Hooters.
No. Ants are not raisins. Ants are colonizing insects. Raisins are dried grapes.
Golden raisins come from green grapes, darker raisins come from red grapes.
2 and one quarter cups is a pound of raisins.
raisins will float due there carbonarion and the raisins low density level in them.
Depending on the size of raisins, approximately 300 raisins are in a cup.
raisins (ray-zeh[n]) grapes are called 'des raisins' in French, and what the English call 'raisins' are called 'raisins secs' in French.
Unprocessed raisins can last up to 2 years. Processed raisins (raisins you see on store shelves) have a shelf life of 6 months.
Go on food sites they will tell you all about it, i guess if that doesn't work i got nothing else sorry.
Raisins come from grapes that were dryed.
Raisins with no stones/pits/pips
Raisins are dried up grapes.
Approximately 11 raisins
It Depends really, you can get sundried raisins which are grapes left out in the sun until they dry out to form raisins.
'raisin' is the French name for grapes. 'raisins secs' is the name for the English 'raisins'
No but raisins are grapes. Both raisins and grapes started as fruits on vines, but they didn't both get dried.
Raisins are not considered to be fattening, but could cause you to gain weight if you eat a huge amount of raisins. Because raisins contain iron, it is best to eat them in moderation.
salt water because the raisins the salt expands the raisins