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# How many grapes are in a pound?

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Assuming that the average grape weighs between 0.17 and 0.20 ounces, there are 80 to 94 individual fruits in a pound of grapes, without counting the weight of the stems. The actual weight of that quantity of grapes varies based upon the specific kind of grape and ripeness.

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For example, the Himrod, a breed of seedless table grapes, has fruits that have an average weight of 2.1 grams or 0.07 ounces. A pound of Himrod grapes contains 228 individual fruits. The Saturn, a seedless breed that is used for wine production, has grapes that, on average, weigh 3 grams or 0.10 ounces. There are 160 individual grapes in a pound of Saturn grapes, not counting the weight of the stems. Seedless grapes weigh less on average than similar-sized grapes that contain seeds.

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