Black Seedless Grapes



Black seedless grapes are available year-round.

Current Facts

Black seedless grapes are botanically classified as Vitis vinifera; they belong to the Vitaceae family. Black seedless grapes were developed from crossing Thompson Seedless with other varieties such as Muscat of Alexandria and Emperor. This variety is also known as “Flame” in some places.

Nutritional Value

Black seedless grapes are a good source of vitamins A, C, B1, B2 and B6 as well as essential minerals such potassium, magnesium and zinc. Additionally they provide dietary fiber which helps promote regularity, heart health and weight management.


To ensure freshness store grapes in the refrigerator in a perforated plastic bag away from strong odors. Grapes have a surprisingly long shelf life and can last for more than two weeks when stored this way.


Black seedless grapes are often eaten fresh as a snack or added to salads, bowls of cereal, desserts and fruit platters. They can also be cooked down into jam or jelly, dried (raisins) or turned into juice, wine or vinegar. Additionally they pair wonderfully with chocolate and nuts in rich desserts such as cakes and tarts.

Health Benefits

Black seedless grapes contain powerful antioxidants which help protect against free radicals that cause aging and disease-related cell damage. The seeds are also thought to have anti-inflammatory properties which may help reduce the risk of certain illnesses like cancer, heart disease and diabetes. They are also a good source of Vitamins C and K as well as other essential minerals such as iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium. Furthermore, the skin contains resveratrol which may help reduce the risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease.


Black seedless grapes are a tasty snack that provides many health benefits from improved immunity to reduced risk of certain diseases. They contain powerful antioxidants which help protect our cells against damage due to free radicals while being rich in vitamins and minerals too. With their sweet flavor they can be eaten fresh or cooked down into jams and jellies or made into juice or wine for added nutrition. Enjoy them today for all these amazing benefits!

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