Can guinea pigs eat golden raisins? The difference between golden raisins and normal raisins is the way that they are dried.
What happens is that normal raisins are laid on paper and sun-dried for about three weeks, which causes browning to occur.
Golden raisins are not dried in the sun but in large dehydrators at controlled temperatures, with controlled humidity levels.
Golden raisins are also treated with antioxidant sulfur dioxide, which is commonly used for both its health properties and as a preservative in dried fruit and white wine. (source)
Can Guinea Pigs Eat Golden Raisins?
Yes, they can nibble one or two but that’s all as they are very sweet. Eating too many make them unwell.
For more foods that guinea pigs can and can’t eat, check out our guinea pig food list.