Red Grapes, Seedless
The grape is the fruit of the genus Vitis and was originally cultivated some 7,000 years ago.
A red hue, crispy bite, sweet-tart flavour and no seeds = the perfect platter grape! It’s a hybrid of others including the Thompson and Cardinal variety (and is common as a dried raisin).
Did you know?
- Freshest in summer (red). The Australian grape season runs from November to May. Pop back during February and March and you'll see prices drop and sweetness rocket in these.
- Good for school snacks, salads, jam, jelly, roasting.
- Store in fridge crisper and freezer.
Roasting grapes makes them even sweeter with caramel notes. put them on a baking tray in a 200°C oven for 10-15 minutes, or until soft and juicy.
Grapes are best with soft cheeses such as brie or camembert.