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Grape

Similar Names
Vitis vinifera
Top Producer
China
0560 Grapes
Top Exporter
Chile
080610 Grapes, fresh
Top Importer
United States
080610 Grapes, fresh
Wholesale Prices
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$ 2.04 per kg
+6.1%
Sep, 2019
May 6
Sep 16
Product Intelligence of Grape

Definitive Guide to Grape

Everything you need to know about the basics, production, export and import of Grape.
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General Information

-In spite of the abundance of archaeological, bio-archaeological, historical and genetic data, the origins, historical biogeography, the identity of ancient grapevine cultivars and mechanisms of domestication are still largely unknown. but the available data show that the cultivation and domestication of the grapevine appear to have occurred between the seventh and the fourth millennia BC, in a geographical area between the Black Sea and Iran, also ancient Egypt was familiar with grapevine as traces of wine was found in kings tombs.

- Grapes are dividing into 2 major groups (table grapes & wine grapes).

- Table grapes dividing into (seeded grapes & seedless grapes) 

- Table Grapes are characterized by different color, shape, size, Brix, and acidity according to the variety.

ex: 

SUPERIOR SEEDLESS: Frosty Green seedless, round berries. Fairly small to medium long, compact, tapered bunches, Tart-sweet flavor. Firm flesh and tender skin.

FLAME SEEDLESS:  Cherry red color, seedless, Sweet-tart and crunchy.

CRIMSON SEEDLESS: color light red, very distinctive, sweet, juicy flavor and elongated, pale pink berries. They have a crisp, firm skin with juicy pulp.

RED GLOBE: Red Globe is a variety of very large, seeded red grapes with firm flesh used mainly as a table grape.

THOMPSON SEEDLESS: Light green seedless, firm, round berries, Sweet, juicy with a very tender skin.
Grapes are the fruit of grapevines. Vitis vinifera and Vitis labrusca are two common grapevine species. The whole fruit, skin, leaves and seed of the grape plant are used in many different ways. Fresh, Raisins(dried), Grape Wine, Grape Juice, Vinegar and Sweet spreads (jam, jelly, butter and marmalade).

General Information

Vitis 


Vitis Rotundifolia

Vitis Aestivalis

Vitis Labrusca

Vitis Vinifera

General Information

HS code classification of fresh: 08061000 

HS code classification of raisins : 08062010

HS code classification of others: 08062090

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Cherry red color, seedless ,Sweet-tart and crunchy.

medium-large grapes, 

Fruit Color: Red

Fruit Size: Medium

Ripens/Harvest: late of May

pH: 5.5 - 6.5

Years to Bear: 2-4 Yrs


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Light green seedless, firm, round berries, Sweet, juicy with a very tender skin.

one of the most popular table grapes. It is also the grape most used for raisins.

Fruit Color: Yellow - Green

Fruit Size: Medium-Large

Ripens/Harvest: August 

pH: 5.5 - 6.5

Years to Bear: 2-4 Yrs



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color light red, very distinctive, sweet, juicy flavor and elongated, pale pink berries. They have a crisp, firm skin with a juicy pulp The flesh is greenish-white and has a medium level of crispness .

Fruit color: light-red

Fruit size: Medium elongated

Ripens/Harvest: July

pH: 5.5 - 6.5

Years to Bear: 2-4 Yrs



 

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Red Globe is a variety of very large, seeded crunchy and juicy red grapes with firm flesh used mainly as a table grape.

Average bunch weight: approximately 1 000 g

Brix: 16 to 17° 

fruit color : red

Ripens/Harvest: July

Fruit size: Very large spherical.

pH: 6 6.5

Market potential: very good suitability for cold storage

Frosty Green seedless, round berries. Fairly small to medium long, compact, tapered bunches, Tart-sweet flavor. Firm flesh and tender skin.

Average bunch weight: 250 to 500 g

Brix: 15 to 16° Brix, 

pH: 5.5 - 6 

fruit Color: white

fruit size: Medium-sized berries.

Ripens/Harvest: May

Market potential: good unless the bunches are compact

*Dormant and rooted grapevines

1-X (Grown in the 1st nursery year-1 foot top and root growth, dense root system)

1-1 (Grown in the 1st nursery year-1 foot top and root growth)

1-2 (Grown in the 1st nursery year-6 to 12 inches top and root growth)

1-3 (Grown in the 1st nursery year-less than 6 inches top and root growth)

2-1 (Grown in 2 nursery years-1 foot top and root growth)


*Classes of table grapes

Class 1

Class 2

Lowest Class

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- Harvesting, sorting & grading.

- Transportation & Cool chain, to maintain the optimum condition to deliver high-quality products.

- Pesticide traces, the whole plantation, and production cycle have to be controlled to make sure that the final product is safe.

-Brix & acidity level.

Berry appearance.

- Berry colour.

-Bunch shape.

-Berry flavor and texture: Crisp, sweet pulp with a delicate.

- Fruits maturity.

- Insects and disease damage.

- physical damage.


-Handling cost

-Refridgerated storage cost

-Shipping cost

-Labour cost and packing materials

-Input costs: labour, mechanisation, fertiliser, insecticides, pesticides, herbicides, fuel and electricity.

Production
Intelligence on global production published on Tridge are based on the statistical data provided by UN FAO: Food and Agriculture Organization. We follow the FAO Code scheme of our data source and assign each page with its most closely associated FAO Codes.
This page is associated with the following HS Codes:
- 0560 Grapes
FAO Code 0560 Grapes
Export
Intelligence on global imports and imports published on Tridge are based on the statistical data provided by UN Comtrade: International Trade Statistics Database. We follow the HS Code scheme of our data source and assign each page with its most closely associated HS Codes.
This page is associated with the following HS Codes:
HS Code 080610 Fruit, edible; grapes, fresh
Import
Intelligence on global imports and imports published on Tridge are based on the statistical data provided by UN Comtrade: International Trade Statistics Database. We follow the HS Code scheme of our data source and assign each page with its most closely associated HS Codes.
This page is associated with the following HS Codes:
HS Code 080610 Fruit, edible; grapes, fresh
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