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Grapery's Cotton Candy Grapes Naturally Mimic the Taste of Spun Sugar

 - Sep 5, 2015
References: grapery.biz & nypost
Despite being green, round and the same size as an average grape, there's something very different about the newest varieties from Grapery—the Cotton Candy Grapes taste exactly like spun sugar.

Although the sugary flavor might lead some people to believe that the grapes are artificially flavored, the all-natural, non-GMO grapes were developed as a result of years of cross-pollination to create the ultimate sweet taste. These Cotton Candy Grapes are flying off store shelves, even though they are priced significantly higher than normal bunches of grapes. Grapery is quickly finding that the excitement that surrounds this novel produce is driving a huge amount of sales.

The Cotton Candy Grapes are reminiscent of Waitrose's rebranding of the 19th century Fragaria Moschat berry as a 'Bubbleberry,' because of how similar it tastes to chewing gum.