History and Facts:
When Columbus discovered America and Ponce De Leon toured Florida, muscadine grapes were already growing wild. These muscadine grapes are used today to produce jellies, jams and wines, and produce millions of dollars today in revenue to the state's econony.

Nutritional Value:
Grapes have 65 calories per cup and are good sources of vitamin A and fiber.

Grapes should be stored at a temperature of 35 to 45 degrees fahrenheit at a relative humidity of 95 percent. When stored at this temperature they should keep for a week to ten days.

Early August through September

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