Green grapes are small to medium in size, mild and sweet with a slightly tart flavor. Green seedless grapes contain vitamins A, C, and K, and antioxidants including flavanols. Green seedless grapes are best suited for raw consumption and are most often eaten fresh, out-of-hand, or sliced and mixed into green salads, yogurt, or veggie wraps. They can also be pressed to make juice as the lightly sweet, yet tart flavor is perfect for cocktails and wine spritzers, or they can be dried to make raisins. Green seedless grapes can be roasted and cooked down into sauces and jams or frozen and whipped into an instant sorbet. They pair well with pancetta, prosciutto, cheeses such as brie, gorgonzola, and cream cheese, cucumber, pecans, and sunflower seeds.
Country of Origin: Italy
Storage: They will keep up to three days when stored unwashed in a sealed container in the refrigerator.
Net Weight: 500g approx.