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A special type of seedless black grape which has been dried - named after Corinth in Greece, where they have been produced since the times of the ancient Greeks. Most now come from Australia. They are smaller than raisins and much smaller than sultanas (which also look much paler, as they"re made with white grapes). See "Raisins"; "Sultanas".
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