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Australian Grapes

Grapes are one of nature’s super foods because they confer so many health benefits. They are low GI meaning they’re a great source of long-lasting energy and a perfect pick-me-up when you’re peckish. Grapes are 80% water to keep you hydrated throughout the day while their natural fructose provides energy and vitality. Grapes contain lots of fibre to help cleanse and detoxify the system and they are a good source of Vitamin C and Vitamin B6. 

GI Value: 53
Serve size:  2/3 cup (112g)
Carbohydrates (g) per serve: 17
GL Value: 9

Company: Horticulture Australia Limited

Website: Australian Table Grapes

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Nutritional Information
Average serving size: 20 medium size (120g)

  Avg Quantity per serving % Daily Intakes per Serving Average Quantity per 100g
Energy 335kj   279kJ
Protein 0.7g   0.6g
Fat  – Total 0.1g   0.1g
– saturated 0g   0g
Carbohydrate 18.3g   15.2g
– sugars 18.3g   15.2g
Dietary Fibre 2.8g   2.3g
Sodium 5mg   4mg

* RDI = Recommended Dietary Intake. Δ% Daily Intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700kJ. Your daily intake may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs.

Ingredients

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Low GI grape varieties Red Globe, Crimson and Menindee

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