Red Seedless (Loose)



Price per 400g


Customers would ask us from time to time what grapes are the nicest and we let all our customers try all grapes, simply because we are a nice bunch 🙂 but personally I have tried most varieties and more often I find the red grapes to be the sweetest when in season, I like them when the skin has a slight crunch, juicy and sweet and once i start i will normally finish them off. All grapes will keep a few days in a fruit bowl but if you need them to last longer just store them in the fridge to keep them at their best.

The combination of unique texture and sweet, tart flavour has made grapes an ever popular between-meal snack as well as a refreshing addition to both fruit and vegetable salads.  Some contain edible seeds while others are seedless, most of our grapes are seedless unless we advise otherwise. Like blueberries, grapes are often covered by a protective, whitish bloom. Grapes that are eaten as is or used in a recipe are called table grapes and as opposed to wine grapes (used in viniculture) or raisin grapes (used to make dried fruit).


Grapes are best stored in the fridge to keep them at their best.  A typical 100g portion of green seedless grapes contain 17g carbohydrate, 0.1g fat, 0.6g fibre, 0.6g protein and 73 calories. A minimum weight of 400g.


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