Health Press Releases

HEALTHY HEARTS LOVE CALIFORNIA RAISINS!
02/4/14 – FRESNO, Calif. – Support American Heart Month this February and all year long. How? Eat this small but mighty dried fruit.      More »

NEW STUDY: SNACKING ON RAISINS SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES OVERALL POST-­MEAL BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS
6/21/12 – FRESNO, Calif. – New research debuted at the American Diabetes Association’s 72nd Annual Scientific Session suggests eating raisins three times a day may significantly lower postprandial (post-­meal) glucose levels when compared to common alternative snacks of equal caloric value. The study was conducted at…More »

WATCH: Interview with Dr. Harold Bays – Raisins Reduce Overall Post-Meal Blood Sugar Levels

CHECK OUT THE DATA:   Raisin Clinical Study Report

NEW STUDY: SNACKING ON RAISINS CONTROLS HUNGER, PROMOTES SATIETY IN CHILDREN
6/1/12 – New research recently announced at the Canadian Nutrition Society annual meeting in Vancouver, B.C., suggests eating raisins as an after-school snack prevents excessive…More »

NEW, FIRST OF ITS KIND STUDY SHOWS ROUTINE CONSUMPTION OF CALIFORNIA RAISINS MAY SIGNIFICANTLY LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE
3/29/12 – New research announced at the American College of Cardiology’s 61st Annual Scientfic Session suggests eating California Raisins three times a day may significantly lower blood pressure… More »

RAISIN AND DRIED FRUIT CONSUMPTION ASSOCIATED WITH BETTER OVERALL DIETS NEW RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS DRIED FRUIT’S ROLE IN HEALTHY EATING PATTERNS, LOWER BODY WEIGHT
10/26/09 - Data recently presented at the American Dietetic Association (ADA) Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo in Denver suggest that raisin and dried fruit consumption are associated with better overall eating patterns and nutrient intake…More »

RAISINS CONTAIN COMPOUNDS THAT MAY INHIBIT CAVITY CAUSING BACTERIA GROWTH
CHICAGO– 10/ 27/08 – New research published in the journal, Phytochemistry Letters, reveals raisins may benefit oral health because the fruit possesses antimicrobial phytochemicals that suppress growth of some oral bacteria associated with dental cavities and gum disease.   More »