Many varieties of grapes are turned into wine, vinegar, jelly, and raisins, but table grapes are for eating out of hand. They're classified by their color--red, green, and blue--and by whether they have seeds or not...
WebMD's guide to the origins, health benefits, and varieties of grapes -- plus a
delicious recipe for Grilled Shrimp and Grape Salad.
Apr 19, 2013 ... Grapes appear in many colours. White, red, black, blue, green, purple and
golden. 2. There are over 8,000 grape varieties worldwide. 3.
Grapes, “queen of the fruits,” are the storehouse of numerous health promoting
phyto-nutrients such as polyphenolic antioxidants, vitamins and minerals...Read
Grape is one of the most popular types of fruit. It belongs to the family Vitaceae.
Grapes originate from Georgia (Near East). There are 60 species and around ...
A serving of grapes contains just 90 calories, no fat or cholesterol, and virtually
no sodium. Find more about grapes nutrition facts and see the Sun World grape ...
Nutrition facts and Information for Grapes, red or green (European type, such as
Thompson seedless), raw.
The health benefits of grapes include its ablity to treat constipation, indigestion,
fatigue, kidney disorders, macular degeneration and prevention of cataract.
Grapes grow in bunches, which can be like a pyramid, round or long and thin.
Each of the grape is attached to the main stem of the bunch by our own short
Fun Facts. Consumption of fresh grapes in the U.S. is about 8 pounds per person
... California's fresh grape industry is made up of approximately 550 farmers.