In a cup of raw green grapes, there are 104 calories, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. A cup of green grapes is approximately 151 grams. In one serving of a cup, there are 27.33 grams of carbohydrates, 23.37 grams and 1.09 grams of protein.
Grapes are a healthy food because they contain 1.36 grams of fiber and only 104.2 calories per 1-cup serving. They also contain calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, vitamin A and vitamin K.
Red grapes are actually healthier than green grapes because they have a higher flavonoid content and are therefore richer in antioxidants than green grapes. The flavonoids cluster in the darker skin of the red grape.
Dogs should not eat grapes because grapes and raisins have been linked to canine kidney failure. Not all dogs develop kidney failure after eating grapes, but there is no way to tell which dogs are affected.
There are approximately 10 to 30 grapes in 1 cup, depending on the variety being measured. There are over 1,000 grape varieties, in shades of red, yellow, green and purple, ranging in size from 1/2 inch to nearly 2 inches in diameter.
Grapes are acidic. Grapes are one of the foods to be consumed with discretion for those with acid reflux concerns. Other fruits to be used with caution by people prone to heartburn include blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, cranberries, and fruit juice beverages such as apple cider and orange j
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.
A group of grapes is commonly called a bunch or a cluster. Grapes are a type of berry with a similar texture to blueberries. There are approximately 60 different species of grapes and more than 8,000 varieties. Some varieties of grapes are seedless.
Assuming that the average grape weighs between 0.17 and 0.20 ounces, there are 80 to 94 individual fruits in a pound of grapes, without counting the weight of the stems. The actual weight of that quantity of grapes varies based upon the specific kind of grape and ripeness.
A single red or green grape, which weighs approximately 0.2 ounces, has about 3 calories. A cup of grapes, which is about 5.3 ounces, has 104 calories.