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Grapes from California are the sweetest, juiciest grapes you'll ever taste!
Today, over 99% of the fresh grapes grown in the U.S. come from California. Why? Because California has proved, with it's rich earth and warm, dry climate, to have the ideal conditions for producing high quality grapes.
California growers have been perfecting the art of growing naturally sweet, juicy, plump grapes for more than 170 years. They proudly harvest around 100 million boxes each year, with grapes from California available from May through January.
Grapes are really nature’s original super snack – a simple, portable, bite-sized fruit that’s easy to eat fresh, frozen, or in everything from smoothies to salads. A three-quarter-
Whether eaten out of your hand, packed in a lunch box or as part of a dessert, grapes are both convenient and versatile. It’s no wonder the average American consumes about 8 pounds of grapes per year!
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Living In Style TV show is produced by East Shore Productions and airs on We TV and ION Television. It is a fast paced, 30 minute television show presented in an exciting news magazine format and focused on bringing innovative ideas, helpful hints and stylish products to its many viewers.
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About California Table Grape Commission:
The California Table Grape Commission was created by the California legislature in 1967 to increase worldwide demand for fresh California grapes through a variety of research and promotional programs.