Grape is a very popular and sweet fruit. Grapes are divided into 3 groups depending on the centre of origin: Euro-Asian, East Asian and North American. Most of the cultivated varieties come from European. During the migration of Europeans to the lands of North America, wild grapes were discovered and served as food for the Indians.



Grapes are eaten fresh, dried as raisins, in wine, juices, fruit drinks, marinades.

Grapes contain about 20% sugar mainly represented by glucose, so people who suffer from diabetes are advised to be careful with this fruit. Also are tartaric, malic and other organic acids, as well as the minerals potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, are present in it.

Grapes strengthen and heal the body, contribute to its recovery after stress and physical exertion.

  • Vitamin A – 0.10mg
  • Vitamin B1 — 0.05 mg
  • Vitamin B2 – 0.02mg
  • Vitamin B3 – 0.30 mg
  • Vitamin B6 – 0.60 mg
  • Vitamin C – 6.00 mg

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