“The juice of the grape is the liquid quintessence of concentrated sunbeams.”

Cultivation of the domesticated grape began 6,000–8,000 years ago in the Near East.[1] Grapes can be eaten raw or they can be used for making wine, jam, juice, jelly, grape seed extract, raisins, vinegar, and grape seed oil.


  • Grows in clusters of 15 to 300 and can be crimson, black, dark blue, yellow, green, orange and pink.
  • While almost all of them belong to the same species table and wine grapes have significant differences, brought about through selective breeding.
  • Most Modern table grape cultivars tend to have large, seedless fruit with relatively thin skin.

Health benefits

Resveratrol is found in widely varying amounts among grape varieties, primarily in their skins and seeds. Resveratrol provide health benefits, such as:[2]

  • reducing susceptibility to vascular damage
  • potentially decrease blood pressure
  1. This, Patrice; Lacombe, Thierry and Thomash , Mark R. (2006). "Historical Origins and Genetic Diversity of Wine Grapes".
  2. Opie, L. H.; Lecour, S. (2007). "The red wine hypothesis: From concepts to protective signalling molecules". European Heart Journal 28 (14): 1683–1693



Description Nett Weight Gross Weight Cartons per Standard Pallet Cartons per High Cube Pallet Counts per Commodity Pack
Close Carton Interlocking 4,5 kg 4,95 kg 160 ctns 180 ctns Regular, Large, Xtra Large
Display Carton 9,0 kg 10,0 kg 75 ctns 85 ctns Regular, Large, Xtra Large
5 kg Punnets 5,0 kg 6,0 kg 105 ctns 115 ctns Regular, Large, Xtra Large


Please view our interactive South African production map to find out where each fruit variety is produced.