Grapes, Red Globe, 1.5 kg Pack

  • Red seeded grapes are large and round and vary from light pink to dark red in color. The eating experience is one of meaty, plump, crunchy fruit with good juice content. There is a good level of sweetness with relatively low acids, but the flavor is muted. True, there are some pips in each berry, but there is an art to enjoying these sweet bombs without splitting the seed husk with your teeth.

  • You can use the grapes in fruit salads, smoothies, sandwiches, and green salads. You can also bake them into tarts and cakes. Red Seeded grapes pair well with meats such as salami, chicken, and steak, shrimp, olives, rosemary, basil, mint, cheeses, sweet potatoes, apples, and walnuts.

  • It is best to store grapes in a humid and cold place. Their ideal storage temperature is 32 degrees Fahrenheit, so don't let these berries bum around in a fruit bowl send them straight to the fridge instead.

  • Easy Grape Jam


    1.7 kg grapes
    1 kg granulated sugar
    3 tbsp lemon juice


    1. Place grapes, sugar, and lemon juice into a preserving pan or similar.
    2. Using gentle heat dissolve the sugar slowly, stirring frequently.
    3. As the mixture heats up break up some of the grapes with your wooden spoon or use a potato masher in order the release the grape's juices.
    4. Once all the sugar has dissolved fully (around 20 minutes) take the mixture off the heat and use a stick blender to blend the grapes to a juice-like consistency.
    5. Put the pan back on the heat, bring to a rolling boil, and then time for 25 minutes, stirring continuously.
    6. Pot up in hot jars and place lids on immediately.
    7. Store in a cool dry place and once opened keep in the fridge.