Real Life, Good Food



Nature's candy


How to select

Choose plump, firm grapes that are firmly attached to the stem.

How to store

Store grapes in a plastic bag or container in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

Peak season

Peak season: fall








How to use

  • Try frozen grapes for a sweet treat.
  • Add grapes to yogurt, salads, or gelatin.
  • Add chilled grapes to your favorite low-fat chicken, seafood, or pasta salad.
  • Try cubed cheese, whole wheat crackers topped with sweet grapes. 
  • Grapes are a quick and easy portable snack for on the road. Just rinse and enjoy!

Did you know...

  • Grapes are one of the oldest fruits known.
  • Grapes are considered nature’s candy because of their sweetness. Unlike candy, grapes are packed with vitamin C and other nutrients that help you stay healthy.
  • Concord grapes are the only variety native to North America—other native fruits are blueberries and cranberries.
  • Grapes are grown and harvested on all continents except Antarctica.
  • About 97% of all grapes sold in the U.S. are grown in California.

How to cut grapes

How to cut grapes

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