Nutritional Facts of Fruit



Major Growing Areas

Grapes are widely grown in Turpan, Xinjiang and Hebei of China, the eastern and southern parts of North America, France, etc.


Grapes come in a wide range of varieties and colours. At present, it is estimated that there are over 10,000 varieties of grapes in the world. Kyoho grapes, red grapes, blackcurrants and green grapes are the more well-known varieties that we often eat.

Nutritional Values

Grapes contain antioxidants which help maintain the health of blood vessels.

Per 100 g (Approx. 15-17 grapes)
Energy 69 kcal
Sugar 15.5 g
Vitamin C 10.8 mg
Dietary Fibre 0.9 g

Buying Tips

It is advisable to choose grapes that are brightly coloured and tightly grouped. The powdery white substance on grape surface is a natural waxy coating, indicating a high level of freshness.

Interesting Titbits

Since grapes contain quite a high content of glucose which can be quickly absorbed by the body, patients with diabetes should only eat in moderation in accordance with the recommendations from physicians or dietitians.

One Serving of Fruit is Equivalent to:

½ bowl of grapes

Remark: One bowl = 250 – 300 ml

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