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Posted by: Eileen Crompton | 2010/07/27

amount of sugar in red/black grapes verses green grapes

Are green grapes lower in sugar than dark grapes?

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Dear Eileen
The SA Food Tables only list the energy and carbohydrate content of grapes on average (green, red and black, indicating different cultivars), namely: 300 kJ and 14.7 g of carbs per 100g. It is possible that green grapes (i.e. grapes that are not fully ripe) will have a slightly lower sugar content than grapes that are full ripe.
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Posted by: DietDoc | 2010/07/27

Dear Eileen
The SA Food Tables only list the energy and carbohydrate content of grapes on average (green, red and black, indicating different cultivars), namely: 300 kJ and 14.7 g of carbs per 100g. It is possible that green grapes (i.e. grapes that are not fully ripe) will have a slightly lower sugar content than grapes that are full ripe.
Best regards
DietDoc

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