Cotton Candy Grapes Under the Big Top


Guess who came strolling into town again, Cotton Candy Grapes! We love sharing new and exciting products with our customers, and for the third year in a row we are so exicted to have these amazing grapes for you. Our promise has always been to bring unique and, just as importantly, flavorful items to our store, and our growers at the Grapery stand behind these grapes as some of the most flavorful and sweetest tasting grapes that they have to offer.

How is it possible that these grapes taste like the old childhood favorite? The process is years of ongoing work for companies like The Grapery, often taking 10-15 years to develop and harvest a full crop. The actual cross-breeding technique isn’t new, but getting the right balance of attributes from each variety is the tricky part. Aside from the highly tedious pollination process which aids in helping boost the sugar content of these sugary globes, flavor is just as important of a factor.

Grapery Cotton Candy grapes are sure to be a favorite for years to come, keep a close eye out for all the new and exciting grapes to come in the near future from our friends at the Grapery.
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4 Comment(s):

Lea wrote on 6/8/2014 2:56:02 PM

PLEASE let me know when these are sold again in the Houston Texas area. Please.

Dana Overacker wrote on 10/1/2013 12:07:08 AM

Does anyone know if these grapes are at any of the Dallas or plano locations?

angela wrote on 8/18/2013 7:00:57 PM

Please consider the El Paso area. This is the 4th biggest city in Texas and it shares a border with Juarez, Chih. that has a population of over 1,000,000. Between the two cities there are over 2,000,000 people yet no solid health food stores. Sprouts just does not "cut it". Everytime I travel in Texas I go to a Central Market and stock up with coolers worth of produce, but we could really use a good retailer out here in far west TX.!

patti wrote on 8/17/2013 10:41:33 PM

We were given some Cotton Candy Grapes and WOW!! our grandchildren love them. they are at the market at the Austin 38th Street Store. Ask for Doc in the produce department. he is a jewel!

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