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Grapes have long been a vintner’s best friend, providing powerful antioxidants, carbs, and vitamins—all things vintners crave when picking grapes from the vine. What exactly makes grapes such a sought-after fruit? It all comes down to those antioxidants. Grapes are packed full of antioxidants, fiber, and potassium. In fact, one serving of grapes has as much potassium as a banana.

Grapes are one of nature’s greatest gifts and are a great source of nutrition. They’re loaded with antioxidants and have a unique amount of fiber, which makes them a perfect snack between meals. It can also be helpful to eat grapes after meals since they can help you feel full.

Winter is officially here, and most of us are looking for ways to store our grapes for the winter. But, you may have run into a problem—how do you store grapes? Grapes are a great snack, but they tend to go bad quickly. But, there are ways you can treat your grapes to keep them fresh for months. Here is some best way to store grapes:

Buy grapes that are fresh

If you’re a fan of grapes, then you know how hard it can be to find them when they’re not in season. That’s because grapes ripen rather quickly, so they’re at their ripest when they hit the store shelves. So, if you buy them as fresh as possible, you can extend your eating pleasure throughout most of the year.

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Put them in the right container

The next time you reach for grapes, be sure to keep them fresh by storing them properly. While most people keep their grapes in their original paper or plastic wrap, this actually reduces their shelf life. Instead, experts recommend placing the grapes in their original, ventilated packaging with space between them and direct airflow. The grapes will not absorb any odors, extend their shelf life, or lose nutrients, and this arrangement also prevents the grapes from being bruised when they are being stored.

Put them in a cold place

When you’re shopping for grapes, you’ll usually find them in the grocery store in bunches (a bunch is a number of grapes that are bunched together). The bunches are usually tightly wrapped, and you’ll have a problem opening them. Here’s a trick: before you remove the grapes, remove the wrappings and place them inside a bowl with a damp paper towel on top. Place the bowl in the fridge with the wrappings inside.

Have a proper air circulation

Grapes are a classic snack food, but like most other products, they spoil easily and lose their nutritional value when exposed to too much air or humidity. To properly store grapes, keep them stored in a cool, dry environment. You can store them in the refrigerator or freezer, where they actually freeze up, or in a plastic bag in your pantry. Once you’re ready to eat them, just take them out of the freezer or refrigerator and allow them to come to room temperature.

How long will the grapes last in the fridge

Grapes are a classic snack food, but like most other products, they spoil easily and lose their nutritional value when exposed to too much air or humidity. To properly store grapes, keep them stored in a cool, dry environment. 

You can store them in the refrigerator or freezer, where they actually freeze up, or in a plastic bag in your pantry. Once you’re ready to eat them, just take them out of the freezer or refrigerator and allow them to come to room temperature.

Grapes, like most fruits, begin to spoil when exposed to oxygen. After 3 to 5 days, that oxygen will start to break down the sugars and enzymes in the fruit, and that in turn will damage the fruit’s texture and smell. 

Don’t put your grapes in the refrigerator because that will slow the deterioration process. However, if your grapes are in a plastic bag, they’ll stay fresh for up to 10 days. And if your grapes are loose on the kitchen counter, they’ll keep for up to 2 more. The quality and freshness of the grapes will determine how long they will stay fresh.

Can you freeze the grapes

Grapes are a great snack for kids and adults alike. They’re low in calories and high in fiber, making them an ideal snack for anyone looking to curb their appetite. But fresh grapes contain a lot of water, so they go from delicious to watery fast. 

The frozen grapes are a quick fix: you can wash and dry them and toss them in sealable plastic bags or containers to store in the freezer.

Grapes often get a bad rap for being high in sugar and low in nutritional value. But did you know that grapes can also be eaten frozen? 

When you freeze grapes, you preserve the fruit’s nutritional value, as well as its flavor and texture. And frozen grapes taste great in smoothies!

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