Export of Mexican grapes

mexican grapes

The grapes are characterized by a fruit that is grouped into clusters, which can vary in color from lemon green to red.

It is a fruit that has high resistance to cold climates, but the Mexican lands make a quality product emerge in temperatures between 15 ° and 25 °.

In Mexico, 63% of the grape is to be consumed as fresh fruit, 24.4% for the production of wines and juices and the remaining 12.6% is dehydrated.

The varieties of table grapes most produced in Mexico are Flame seedless, Sugraone, Red globe and Perlette.

mexican grapes

The entities with the largest volume of harvest are: Sonora,
Zacatecas and Baja California.

Grape statistics


Annual per capita consumption


Fruit production


exported in 2019
mexican grapes

Eating grapes brings great health benefits. Among the properties of grapes are that of being an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory in addition to being a great source of energy.

Grapes are a rich and natural source of polyphenols, which act against free radicals, being perfect natural antioxidants.

One ¾ cup of grapes contains only 90 calories. Grapes are also a good source of vitamin K, copper and many of the B vitamins.

Regular consumption of grapes can play a role in eye health by protecting the retina from damage.

Source: Panorama Agroalimentario 2020

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