Botanists define all grapes as berries, including red, green and black table grapes. The botanical definition of a berry is a fleshy fruit grown from one flower with one ovary. More »

In the United States, berries, bananas, apples, grapes and oranges are popular fruits. There is some discrepancy among experts about the most profitable and most-consumed fruit; bananas are the most popular fruits, state... More »

Larger, more durable fruits like apples, oranges and grapefruits may be packaged in large cardboard boxes, while small, fragile fruit such as grapes and berries often require small plastic containers. The way a fruit is ... More »

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The amount of sugar in fruits varies, from about a teaspoon in a 3.5-ounce serving of tart berries, to about 2.5 teaspoons for a 3.5-ounce serving of apple, to 4 teaspoons for a 3.5-ounce serving of grapes. Many fruits p... More »

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Scuppernong grapes (vitis rotundifolia) are round, thick-skinned, greenish or golden-bronze grapes that grow up to 50 percent larger than average white grapes. Discovered along the Scuppernong River in North Carolina ove... More »

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Some examples of fruits and vegetables that grow on vines include beans, tomatoes, watermelons, cucumbers and grapes. A vine is basically any plant that grows and extends through the use of runners. More »

Different types of grapes include pinot noir, muscadine, Thompson, sauvignon blanc and champagne grapes. Other types of grapes are chardonnay, catawba, concord and merlot. Many of these grapes are used in wines, either s... More »

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