The black raisin or currant is one of the oldest known raisins. These raisins became a subject of trade between Venetian merchants and Greek producers from the Ionian coasts. In the 14th century, they were sold in the English market under the label Reysyns de Corauntz, and the name raisins of Corinth was recorded in the 15th century, after the Greek harbor which was the primary source of export. Gradually, the name got corrupted into a currant.
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