Why should I choose Welch's® Fresh Grapes over other grapes?
Quality and consistency, everytime. Welch's® Fresh Grapes are hand selected so only the best grapes are packed under the Welch's® name.

Do you need to rinse fresh grapes before eating?
Yes. The USDA suggests that people always wash all types of fresh fruit before consuming.

Sometimes I see grapes that have an amber color to them. Does this mean they are bad?
No. Grapes that have high sugar content often turn amber in color. So, if you prefer sweeter grapes, reach for the amber colored ones.

How many calories are in a serving of fresh grapes?
There are about 90 calories in a 3/4 cup (126 g/4.5 oz) serving of fresh grapes.

Do you need to refrigerate fresh grapes?
We recommend that you refrigerate the grapes until you are ready to use them, then rinse with cool water and serve.

Where do Welch's® Fresh Grapes come from?
To keep Welch's® Fresh Grapes in season all year long, the grapes come from California from July-November, Chile during the months of December-March, and Southern California and Mexico from April-June.

Are grapes that come from outside the United States as safe as those that are grown here?
Absolutely! Regardless of their origin, all Welch's® Fresh Grapes must meet strict specifications such as berry size, condition, color, sugar to acid ratios, and bunch size. Plus, Welch's® grape quality is monitored every step of the way. We use an independent organization to take grape samples and test them for selected residues. Primus Labs are an internationally recognized third-party evaluation and certification organization.

What is the white residue sometimes found on grapes?
The residue is the waxy coating produced naturally by the grapes, called bloom. Bloom is a delicate white substance common on many soft fruits, such as grapes. The bloom protects the fruits from moisture loss and decay. Simply rinse to remove.