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A new variety of late season seedless green grapes, the Pristine is the result of 20 years of methodical cross-breeding by a grower in Central California. The result is an unusually large grape with good shelf life. This fruit has an altogether unique flavor that starts with a hint of vanilla and finishes with a crisp tart-sweetness, reminiscent of green apples! These grapes are something very special to end the domestic grape season. The product of California.


These grapes command a premium because of high demand and unfortunately, supply is limited because of that. But what a way to wrap up the winter grape season! This grape is grown by a single grower/shipper– in Chile during our winter months and then again in California during our summer. We will have this grape for the next three weeks and then it will return in September with the wrap up of the California season.


Review
Crisp texture coupled with a taste that starts off with a sweet vanilla streak and ends with a zesty Granny Smith apple finish. -Anton Caratan, Pristine® Founder


Nutrition facts
Great Source of Vitamin A & C, Calcium and Iron.


Seasons
The growing season is long, with two grape-growing regions that have hot, dry summers and falls, allowing the vineyards to bask in the sunshine that develops full bunches of large, plump and sweet fruit. The harvest starts in the southernmost Coachella Valley and moves northward into the San Joaquin Valley, where grapes can be harvested into December.


Health Benefits:
• Controls blood sugar
• Improves concentration, memory, verbal and spatial recall
• Improves cardiac health
• Prevents cancers
• Protection against infections and inflammations
• Relieves constipation
• Improves vision
• Maintains long and healthy tresses

 

Reference:
http://momobud.sg/product/pristine-blanc-green-seedless-grape-1kg/
http://www.grapesfromcalifornia.com/foodservice/availability.php
http://townandcountrymarkets.com/blog/check-out-aprils-best-pristine-grapes-mangos-and-wash-asparagus/
https://www.melissas.com/Pristine-Grapes-p/421.htm