The sultana (also called the sultanina) is a type of white, seedless grape of Turkish, Greek, South African[dubious – discuss] or Iranian origin. In some countries, especially Commonwealth countries, it is also the name given to the raisin made from it; such sultana raisins are often called simply sultanas or sultanis. These are typically larger than Zante currants (which are actually a kind of dried grape, rather than true currants), but smaller than "normal" raisins. Sometimes, the name "sultana" is applied to all raisins, to the extent that the breakfast cereal known as Raisin Bran in the United States and most English speaking countries, is known as "Sultana Bran" in Australia.

Sultana raisins have a delicate and unique flavor and are especially noted for their sweetness and golden colour.