GRAPE (Blue and Black)

Grape (Blue-Black)_ is well known for its taste. It contains proanthocyanidins and anthocyanins which help in reducing the risk of cancer. Grapes are an excellent source of potassium and antioxidants. They are also high in the content of vitamins and minerals.

The therapeutic value of grapes is closely linked with its richness in pure glucose. Studies have indicated that the production of energy essential for the proper functioning of the heart and organs of high physiological importance depends on the metabolism of glucose. Grapes, therefore, have a restorative effect by virtue of their easy assimilation. They are thus highly valuable in case of weak digestion, general debility and fever.

Viticulture or grape culture is as old as mankind. In India the grape in grown from 1000 AD. And it is one of the most important cash crops grown the in southern and north-western parts of the country. The tropical climate of India makes it suitable to grow, which requires around 25 deg – 30 deg C. The bangalore Blue is one of the most popular varieties grown in southern parts of India.

Nutritive value per 100g of fruit

  • Energy (kcal) 58-71
  • Calcium (mg) 20-20
  • Phosphorous (mg) 23-30
  • Iron (mg) 0.5-0.5
  • Carotene (ug) 3-0
  • Vitamin C (mg) 1-1
  • Fibre (g) 2.8-2.9

 


Grape (blue-Black) Pulp
T.S.S (“Brix) Min

9

Acidity (%C/A) Min

0.4

Composition per 100 gm

Edible Portion (%)

65.00

Moisture (gm)

00.60

Protein (gm)

00.60

Fat(gm)

00.40

Minerals (gm)

00.98

Fibre (gm)

02.18

Carbohydrates (gm)

13.10

Energy (K.cal)

58.00

Calcim (mg)

23.00

Phosphorus (mg)

23.00

Iron(mg)

01.30

Vitamin c (mg)

01.00

Vitamin B (mg)

00.15

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