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The word currant came into English from the Anglo-French phrase "raisin de Corauntz", that referred to small seedless raisins imported from Corinthia in southern Greece. This phrase was first attested in 1334 as "raysyn of Curans" (raisins of Corinth). The word was transferred to the unrelated northern European berries from the genus Ribes when they were introduced to England in 1578.

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Currants 12.5kg Currants 12.5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
12156
66.15
0.00
Currants 5kg Currants 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
05353
34.40
0.00
Currants 2.5kg Currants 2.5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
12157
17.86
0.00
Currants 1kg Currants 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
31747
7.41
0.00
Currants 12.5kg Currants 12.5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
15250
36.25
0.00
Currants 5kg Currants 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
15251
18.85
0.00
Currants 1kg Currants 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
12144
4.06
0.00
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Currants 6x500g Currants 6x500g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
19822
19.58
0.00
Currants 6x250g Currants 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
09969
10.76
0.00
Currants 6x250g Currants 6x250g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
01792
7.88
0.00

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