Organic Red Seedless Grapes

Avoid bags that are wet and sticky – a sign that some of the Grapes are going bad – or have berries with splits, cracks or dark brown sunken areas.

Grape Tips

  • Select Grapes that feel firm to a gentle squeeze. Lift up the bag or container and look at it from all sides.
  • Look for Grapes with stems that are still green at the thickest parts and appear to still have life in them.
  • Choose packs that have most of the berries still on the vine.
  • Avoid bags that are wet and sticky – a sign that some of the Grapes are going bad – or have berries with splits, cracks or dark brown sunken areas.
  • Keep your Grapes refrigerated until you’re about ready to eat them, since they lose their crunch much quicker at room temperature.
  • Wash Grapes with a cold water rinse just before serving them.

Fun Ideas

  • Frozen Grapes. Wash, remove from the stem, then freeze the fresh Grapes for snack your school-age kids (and you) will love to chill out with.
  • Candied Grapes. Turn your Grapes into a version of Sour Patch Kids!