The table grape is a berry and belongs to the grapevine family (vitaceae).
The grape is one of the oldest cultivated plants and originated in Asia Minor. Today, there are over 100 different types of grapes with different characteristics in terms of taste, size, colour, preferred climate and soil conditions.
Season: From September to November
Nutritional Value Tableper 100 g edible portion
|69 kcal||Protein 0.7 g||Sodium 2 mg||B1 0.05 mg|
|292 kJ||Fat 0.3 g||Potassium 197 mg||B3 0.2 mg|
|Carbohydrates 15.2 g||Calcium 12 mg||B6 0.07 mg|
|Dietary fibres 1.5 g||Phosphorus 19 mg||C 4 mg|
|Magnesium 8 mg||E 0.67 mg|
Energy: 69 kcal, 292 kJ
Nutrients: Protein 0.7 g, Fat 0.3 g, Carbohydrates 15.2 g, Dietary fibres 1.5 g
Minerals: Sodium 2 mg, Potassium 197 mg, Calcium 12 mg, Phosphorus 19 mg, Magnesium 8 mg
Vitamins: B1 0.05 mg, B3 0.2 mg, B6 0.07 mg, C 4 mg, E 0.67 mg
Did you know...?
The grape, together with the banana, is one of the richest sugar fruits and contains a balance of most vitamins and minerals; full of nutritional value.
1 portion a day corresponds to:
About twenty grapes