Giant seedless grapes at UK supermarket

Making their début on Waitrose shelves are a new, extra large variety of grape, called by the supermarket King Adora. Aptly named because of their size, the giant vine fruits are up to 50% larger than the average black grape.

Measuring up to a whopping 26mm, they are the largest seedless variety of grape the supermarket has ever sold.

Waitrose fruit buyer Tim Stevens says: “These super-sized sweet grapes are just as tasty as their smaller counterparts and have been specially selected for their sweet taste. Grown in South Africa, King Adoras offer a taste of summer sun in the cold winter months.”
An 80g serving of grapes counts as one of your five a day so King Adoras make a quirky but healthy snack.

The limited-edition grapes are on sale in Waitrose now until early April, priced at £2.99 for 400g.

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