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.
There are approximately 100 calories in a single cup of red grapes. There are also about 1.4 grams of fiber per portion, which aids in regulating blood sugar.
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.
A cup of grapes that weighs approximately 151 grams contains 27.3 grams of carbohydrates. It has 1.4 grams of fiber, 23.4 grams of sugar and 104 calories. There are minute amounts of protein and fat.
There are 100 calories in a single cup of red seedless grapes, states WebMD. Each cup is full of vital nutrients including antioxidants, vitamin C and vitamin K.
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 grape contains 0.9 gram of carbohydrates. A standard 1-cup serving of raw grapes, about 5.3 ounces in weight, contains 23.7 grams of carbohydrates.
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.
Some 100-calorie foods include a plain small potato, 2 ounces of low-fat cheddar cheese, 14 almonds and 10-13 large shrimp. Other types of nuts, such as cashews and pistachios, contain 100 calories in small portions, and egg whites on toast are a filling 100-calorie snack.
Although the caloric content of wine varies depending on the type and style, the U.S. Department of Agriculture gives an average figure of 25 calories per ounce of wine. A typical serving of wine varies from 3 to 8.5 ounces.