Grapes & Stonefruits

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Green Seedless Grapes :

There are many varieties of green grapes including Sugraone, Princess, Thompson, and Perlettes. Green grapes are a beautiful light green shade with a sweet taste. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, and iron, making them a superb snack.

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Red Seedless Grapes :

The two most popular varieties of red grapes are Flame and Crimson. Red grapes are a striking deep wine color and have a sweet taste. Just like green grapes, they are a great source of nutrients.

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Black Grapes :

Black grapes are a deep shape of purple and are available in both seeded and seedless varieties. Black grapes are very sweet and have an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, and iron.

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Globe Grapes :

Globe grapes have seeds, but also have a great eating quality. Globe Grapes are very sweet and have an excellent source of vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron.

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Yellow Peaches :

Yellow peaches are cultivated through warm temperate and subtropical regions of the world. The flesh of the peach, surrounding the pit, is a beautiful sunny yellow color. They are bright in flavor with a bit of acidity, that balances the sweetness as it ripens. Yellow peaches are mostly red with hues of yellow and orange beneath. Peaches are an excellent source of vitamin C making them an excellent snack.



White Peaches :

Just like yellow peaches, white peaches are cultivated throughout warm temperate and subtropical regions of the world. The flesh of the peach is white with an extremely sweet and juicy flavor. White peaches have a beautifully rosy pink skin with a light white background.



Yellow Nectarines :

Nectarines are quite similar to peaches, the main difference being that nectarines have smooth skin while peaches have slight fuzz to the skin. Yellow nectarines are painted in ravishing shades of red, yellow, and orange with sweet yellow flesh.



White Nectarines :

White nectarines have a flavor that is sweeter than candy, and a rich creamy texture that is softer than the yellow varieties. White nectarines are considered sub-acid since it lacks the acidity of the yellow nectarine. They are best suited for eating fresh but can be used in a variety of ways.



Black Plums :

Plums are a hard-pitted fruit with varieties ranging in color from red to green. The deep purple color of the Black plum is the most common plum variety.  Plums produce a unique flesh that is juicy and carries a unique sweet-tart taste.



Red Plums :

A deep red colored plum with a sweet and tart taste. Full of essential vitamins and nutrients that promote healthy vision and bone growth, while being a good choice for weight loss.



Green Plums :

A unique, earthy green plum with a tart, astringent, and bitter taste. These small plums are best suited for pickling or fermenting.



Plout/Plumcots :

These varieties are a result of natural cross-pollination between plum trees and apricot trees. Crossing these two “parents” results in a wide array of colors, sizes, and flavors. The Pluot is 70% plum and 30% apricot, the Plumcot is 50% plum and 50% apricot. Both fruits are much sweeter than plums and apricots because their sugar content is significantly higher than that of the standard varieties.



Prune Plum :

Fresh prunes are usually referred to as Sugar Plums. They are used mainly in processing and sold as dried fruit which gives them a wrinkled texture and chewy bite. Fresh prunes are oval in shape. The Prune Plum is rich and sweet from
the sugar content.


White Nectarine

– 40/44 & LRGR, 48, 56, 64, 72, 84/88, 96

Yellow Nectarine

40#, 44#, LRGR, 48#, 56#, 64#, 72#, 84#, 88#, 96#


– 64#, 56#, 72#, 80#, 88#, 96# 
– 3LYR 168
– 12#, 14#

Yellow Peach

– 36#, 40#, 44#, 48#, 56#, 64#, 72#, 84#, 88#, 96#

White Peach

– 36#, 40#, 44#, 48#, 56#, 64#, 72#, 84#, 88#

Red & Black Plum

– 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s


1. Keep unwashed grapes in their original packaging. Grape packaging is designed with the right balance of ventilation and cover to keep grapes fresh for as long as possible. Try to avoid washing your grapes before you store them since the water will make your grapes mold more quickly; just store them as they came.

2. Put the unwashed bag of grapes in a high humidity drawer in your fridge. Grapes preserve the best if they are kept at 32 °F (0 °C) with 90-95% humidity. They will preserve the best in a high humidity drawer. If you don’t have a high humidity drawer, you can store the grapes in the back of the fridge, where it is typically cooler.

3. Freeze grapes to use in smoothies, wine, or as a cold snack. Frozen grapes make great wine ice cubes in the summer and can keep flavor for a few weeks in the freezer. Rinse your grapes under cold water, pat them dry, and remove the grapes from their stems. Then, lay the grapes out on a baking tray lined with wax paper, to prevent the grapes from clumping.


1. Place your peaches on the counter for a few days to help them ripen. You can place them in sunlight, but keep an eye on them every day to make sure they aren’t getting too hot, which in turn can make them mushy. Leave your unripe peaches on the counter for 2-3 days, or until they have a slight give when you grasp them.

2. Place a banana or an apple near your peaches to ripen them faster. Whether they’re on the counter or in a brown paper bag, you can simply place a piece of fruit, like a banana or an apple or even an avocado, near the peaches to help speed up the ripening process. This process takes 1-2 days.

3. Store your peaches on their shoulders (the side where the stem is). Whether you are putting your peaches into a bag, a bowl, or on the counter, place them stem-side down to limit the amount of contact they have with a hard surface.

4. Place whole, uncut peaches in the fridge on their own or in a plastic bag. If you’re going to be eating your peaches whole or using them soon for a recipe, you can simply place them in the fridge and store them in there for 2-3 days. If you’re putting them into a bag, make sure to not stuff too many into 1 container, to reduce the risk of bruising.

5. Store sliced peaches in an airtight container for 1-2 days. Use either a glass or plastic container with a lid or a plastic zip bag. If you use a bag, make sure to squeeze all the excess air out before you seal it. You can also freeze the sliced peach and put it in an airtight container, this will allow the peach last for 6-12 months.


1. Store ripe plums in the refrigerator. This will keep them in top shape and prevent fast deterioration. Place them in an open plastic bag – not a sealed one. Plums stored in the refrigerator will last two to four weeks.

2. Eat plums soon after picking or purchasing. Plums can be stored for several weeks, but they definitely taste best when they’re fresh. The sooner you can eat them after they ripen, the better.

3. Frozen plums will keep for several months, and up to a year. Choose plums that are at their peak flavor and ripeness – underripe plums won’t taste good when you thaw them. Freeze the plum the same way as you freeze the peach, it will last up to a year.


Amount Per Serving: 1 cup (92 g)

Calories 62
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0.3 g0%
Saturated fat 0.1 g0%
Polyunsaturated fat 0.1 g 
Monounsaturated fat 0 g 
Cholesterol 0 mg0%
Sodium 2 mg0%
Potassium 176 mg5%
Total Carbohydrate 16 g5%
Dietary fiber 0.8 g3%
Sugar 15 g 
Protein 0.6 g1%
Vitamin A1%Vitamin C6%
Vitamin D0%Vitamin B-65%




Amount Per Serving: 1 medium (2-2/3″ dia) (150 g)

Calories 59
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0.4 g0%
Saturated fat 0 g0%
Polyunsaturated fat 0.1 g 
Monounsaturated fat 0.1 g 
Cholesterol 0 mg0%
Sodium 0 mg0%
Potassium 285 mg8%
Total Carbohydrate 14 g4%
Dietary fiber 2.3 g9%
Sugar 13 g 
Protein 1.4 g2%
Vitamin A9%Vitamin C16%
Vitamin D0%Vitamin B-60%



Serving Size 1 fruit 2 1/8″ diameter (66 g)
Per Serving% Daily Value*
Calories 30 
Calories from Fat 1.5 
Total Fat 0.2g0%
Monounsaturated Fat 0.1g 
Potassium 104mg3%
Carbohydrates 8g3%
Dietary Fiber 0.9g4%
Sugars 6.5g 
Protein 0.5g 
Vitamin A 4% · Vitamin C 10%
Calcium 0% · Iron 0%

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