Weight: 500 g
This popular fruit's history goes back as far as 8,000 years, when grape vines were first cultivated in what is now the Middle East. It may surprise you to hear that the humble grape is actually considered to be a berry. Seventy-two million tons of these berries are grown each year worldwide.
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Calorie Count: 3 Cal. per one grape
Ways to enjoy
Grapes are a wonderful addition to any fruit salad. For an enhanced visual effect, consider using a few different varieties of grapes.
Give your curries a fruity punch by including fresh grapes in the recipe.
Add grapes to mixed green salads.
Grapes are great served with cheese as a snack or within a green salad.
How to store
- Don't wash until just before eating
- Keep in a sealed plastic bag in the refrigerator
- For a refreshing snack during warmer months, remove stems from grapes and freeze