Late-season green grapes that have large, round berries with an attractive milky, pale green-yellow skin. Every bite bursts into a mild sweet flavor with hints of Muscat aroma.
• Vitamin K
• Vitamin C
Helps with Blood Clotting
The body requires vitamin K to produce the protein and blood clotting agent of prothrombin which is important for blood clotting and bone strength. Anyone taking blood-thinning medication such as warfarin or Coumadin, should refrain from consuming additional vitamin K without first speaking to their doctor
Autumn Seedless Grapes contain relatively large amounts of phytonutrients, especially flavonoids, which slows down the ageing process of human body cells. They also contain quercetin (a flavonoid), which may help protect cells from damage. For instance, there is some evidence that quercetin offers a number of health benefits, including being an anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antioxidant agent.
Improves Cognitive Function
Some research indicates that consumption of resveratrol (sometimes in the form of supplements) may improve memory, attention, moods and cognitive function in older adults.
Regulates Blood Sugar
Research has shown that resveratrol can be helpful for people with type 2 diabetes. Resveratrol may improve glycaemic control and decrease insulin resistance, both of which are beneficial for people with diabetes.
How to enjoy Grapes:
With their natural sweetness and juicy bursts of flavour, grapes can be delicious in all kinds of dishes. Check out some ideas below:
• frozen for a chilled snack or add to the kid’s lunch boxes
• fresh, eating straight from the vines
• juiced and chilled, even as a slushie
• roasting with oil, salt and pepper
• tossed in salads or accompanied with other gofruit fruits for a refreshing fruit salad
• fruit kebabs or try with meat and vegetables
• salsa for chicken, fish or meat
• poach pears in grape juice
• dipped in melted chocolate and allowed to hardened for a delicious dessert
• grape and cheese platters
• relish, chutney, pancakes and muffins