|JUST A REMINDER. ALWAYS RINSE YOUR FRUIT!
In an effort to reduce chemical pesticide use, many grape growers are now using spiders as a natural method to rid crops of insects. Occasionally, you may find a cobweb -- just rinse it off and rest assured that your grapes are most likely pesticide-free.
- DescriptionMother Nature's ruby-colored candy. Seedless, juicy, and sweet. An easy addition to green salads with nuts and crunchy vegetables. Grapes contain the antioxidant resveratrol and immune-boosting phytochemicals.Season
Goes great with: a wide variety of cheeses, from soft-ripening brie to crumbly cheddar.Grape Season: Late Spring Through Late Fall
- More Information
It's best to eat grapes quickly after purchase. You can keep them for up to a week, unwashed, in a plastic bag in the refrigerator.
Grapes are extra-refreshing when eaten frozen. Wash and dry fresh grapes, then lay out on a tray and freeze. Transfer to an airtight container and store in the freezer, where they will keep for up to 3 months. Enjoy them frozen, but don't thaw they won't have much snap.
- Explanatory Information
Red Seedless Grapes
- Driscoll'sStrawberriesapprox. 16oz$4.99/ea
- Ocean Mist FarmsBroccoliapprox. 2lb$3.49/ea2 for $6
- Cal-OrganicOrganic Baby Carrotsapprox. 1lb$1.99/ea
- Yellow Bananas5-7ct$1.79/ea
- Fuji Apples4ct$4.99/eaabout $2.50/lb
- $1.79/ea2 for $3
- Grape Tomatoesapprox. 12oz$2.99/ea2 for $5
$4.992 for $6
- $0.89/ea4 for $3