Sunshine Raisin Biscuits are no longer in production, so it is not possible to provide information on their nutrition facts. The Sunshine Raisin Company was purchased by Keebler in 1996 and its Raisin Biscuit product was soon discontinued, according to King Arthur Flour. However, there are similar products on the market, including Garibaldi Raisin Biscuits.
Those looking for a rough idea of what kind of nutritional benefits raisin biscuits may offer can check out the nutritional information of another brand on the market. Garibaldi Biscuits are available in the United Kingdom, but may also be found through some retailers online such as VermontCountryStore.com.
Garibaldi Biscuits offer about 37 calories per serving, which is equal to one biscuit. They offer about one gram of total fat per serving. Each biscuit also offers about half a gram each of total carbohydrates and protein. These biscuits offer about 0.1 grams of sodium per serving.
Generally, Garibaldi biscuits are low in calories, fat and salt. However, they have effectively zero vitamins and minerals, according to VermontCountryStore.com. Each package of raisin biscuits comes with two of the biscuits to snack on. These biscuits contain currants, wheat flour and starch, vegetable oil, sugar, glucose, dextrose monohydrate, dried skim milk, lactose, sodium and ammonium bicarbonate and salt.