Grapes are available fresh, dried and as 100% juice for good nutrition and convenience. If selecting fresh, choose plump, firm grapes firmly attached to the stem.
Nutrient Content Claims
Fat free, Saturated fat free, Cholesterol free, Very low in sodium
Dietary Fat & Cancer: Development of cancer depends on many factors. A diet low in total fat may reduce the risk of some cancers. Grapes are fat free.
Sodium & Hypertension:
- Diets low in sodium may reduce the risk of high blood pressure, a disease associated with many factors. Grapes are very low in sodium.
- Diets low in sodium may reduce the risk of high blood pressure. Grapes are very low in sodium.
- Grapes, as part of a low sodium diet, may reduce the risk of high blood pressure.
Dietary Saturated Fat & Cholesterol & Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: While many factors affect heart disease, diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of this disease. Grapes contains no saturated fat or cholesterol.
Store grapes in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.
Check out our grape recipes!
Presence in Ethnic Cuisines
Asian / Chinese, Japanese, Korean / South East Asia
(Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos) / Mediterranean
Social Media Posts
Grapes are sweet and tasty any time – snack, or a side w/ breakfast, lunch or dinner! @fruitsandveggies @fruitsandveggies #haveaplant
Enjoy grapes in your favorite salad, on a fruit kabob, w/ cheese or as they are! http://ow.ly/S3doA @fruitsandveggies #haveaplant
#TipoftheDay: Add one more! Add fresh fruit to your salads — oranges, grapes, kiwi, and avocado are naturals! The goodness of grapes! @fruitsandveggies #haveaplant
#DYK just one 4-oz. glass of 100% grape juice counts as 1 serving (1/2 cup) of fruit! Learn more about nutrition, selection, and storage — http://ow.ly/AfGQR @fruitsandveggies #haveaplant