Red Grapes Seedless
Red grapes are among some of the oldest cultivated grapes and are thought to be the ancestor of many known varieties of grapes that are eaten. The smooth, glossy skin of the red grapes ranges in shades of red and the skin is firm and crisp. Red grapes are excellent sources of vitamins A, C, K, carotenes, flavonoids, and B-complex vitamins such as pyridoxine, riboflavin, and thiamine.
Red grapes are used just like black grapes, mostly eaten raw but with the ability to make juices, tarts, cakes and even be added to a fruit medley.