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Grapes grow in clusters of 6 to 300, and can be black, blue, golden, green, purple, red, pink, brown, peach or white. White grapes are evolutionarily derived from the Red Grape. Mutations in two regulatory genes turn off production of Anthocyanins, which is responsible for the color of the Red Grape. They can be eaten raw or used for making jam, grape juice, jelly, wine and grape seed oil.

In the global functional food industry, there has been a rapidly growing recognition of Red Grapes for their consumer product popularity, nutrient content and antioxidant qualities, giving them commercial status as a "Superfruit".


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