White seedless grapes have firm, crisp flesh and their sweetness makes them great to eat straight off the bunch.
How to Pick:
When selecting grapes, look for firm, plump clusters that are securely attached to their stems. Avoid any grapes that are soft or overly bruised.
How to Store:
Always refrigerate grapes as soon as they arrive home from the store.
Rinse grapes only when you're ready to consume them. Grapes have a natural "bloom", a dusty, silvery coating that is perfectly safe to eat. It occurs naturally, forming a barrier which helps to seal in the fruit's moisture keeping it fresh.
Where it's Grown:
Grapes are grown all around Australia. Regions include Far North Queensland, central Queensland & Southern Queensland; Carnarvon, Swan Valley & the South West in Western Australia, Ti Tree in the Northern Territory, Riverland in South Australia & Sunraysia.
Grapes contain potassium for muscle function*
*Based on 1 cup grapes (150g), as part of a healthy balanced diet