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.
• 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.