Wholesale Table Grapes

MAY TO JULY

Varieties: Flames, Superior, Red Globe, Sugraone, and Perlettes

From being served daintily off the bunch for royal Egyptians to tossed in a fruit bowl adorning the dinner table, grapes have been present in human culture for ages. There are red grapes, green grapes, grapes with and without seeds, grapes that taste like cotton candy, grapes for any and every palate. There are over 8,000 varieties of grapes stemming from 60 different species that vary in size, sugar content, growing requirements, color, skin thickness, and usage. Botanically classified as berries, grapes have become one of the most popular fruits in the world and over 72 million tons are grown and produced worldwide each year. The popularity of grapes is undeniable; they are eaten off the vine, dried and sold as a snack or incorporated into various baking recipes, squeezed into juice, or fermented into wine. The possibilities are endless for these humble fruits. Not all grapes are created equal, and different grapes are bred and farmed for different reasons.

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The Flame Seedless Grapes are known to be one of the most popular of the red seedless grape family due to their vibrant color and crispy exterior. The Superior Grapes, which are also seedless, obtain the highest ranking of both the freshest and the sweetest of the green grapes family. If you’re looking for grapes that are big, the Red Globe’s are the ones to get. Due to their notorious size, they hold a tremendous amount of juiciness and sweetness. The Sugraone Green Grapes have a soft skin that make it easy to bite into. Grapes are a whole, healthy snack to incorporate into your everyday diet. Luckily, the Perlette Grapes are filled with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory features. All of these grape varieties that we offer have their own unique characteristics that make it fun to pick and choose.

Grower alliance manages DOLORES label. With four presentations: Sugraones, Perllettes, Flames and Institutional. Each box has a total of 9 bags of 2 lbs, a total of 18 pounds per box and 96 box per pallet. (except for the institutional that are loose bunches less than 5 oz each). Bags Must have a ½ a pound extra for wieght loss in pre-cooling.



Quality Specifications:

15 ½ degree Brix minimum of sugar.
37 F of maximum temperature. The ideal is 32-34F.

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SQUASH

Squash has been a very important vegetable in North, Central, and South American cultures for centuries. Due to its growability, nutritional value, and long growing season, the Squash and its different varieties are always a household favorite.

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HONEYDEW MELONS

Honeydew Melons are originally native to Africa, they began to spread throughout the world about 4,000 years ago. First finding immense popularity in Asia about 3,000 years ago, this succulent fruit is a favorite for most across the globe.

OCT TO JUNE
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WATERMELONS

The famous sweet, red fruit has been a signature part of cookouts, picnics, and fun-filled childhood afternoons for generations. It took watermelons centuries to become the desired fruit it is today, uses for watermelon include signature dishes.

AUG TO JULY
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MINI WATERMELONS

Watermelons have been a summertime staple for centuries and can be found in grocery stores all across the country. Mini Watermelons can now be found next to their larger brethren, they are often seedless and more desirable by consumers globally.

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GREEN BEANS

From steamed with butter and seasonings to baked into casseroles, green beans are a versatile and delicious vegetable that has become a dinnertime favorite. Just a quick search through any cookbook will reveal the popularity of the green bean.

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TABLE GRAPES

From being served off the bunch for royal Egyptians to tossed in a fruit bowl adorning dinner tables, grapes have been present in human culture for ages. There are different color grapes, grapes with or without seeds, grapes for all palates.

MAY TO JULY
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TOMATOES

Tomatoes have been an important crop for humans and have made their way into cultures all across the world. They’re an extremely versatile ingredient that are able to take many forms in order to complete dishes needing the zing of a ripe tomato.

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CUCUMBERS

Cucumbers are believed to have originated thousands of years ago in India. The delicious table vegetable slowly spread across the globe, from ancient societies in western Asia to all the way to dinner plates of indigenous Native American tribes.

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ENGLISH CUCUMBERS

Cucumbers are a versatile and common vegetable that can be found in almost every salad or veggie tray. A special type is an English cucumber. At first glance, the English cucumber seems like a regular green veggie, but open one and it be amazed.

OCT TO JUNE
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PERSIAN CUCUMBERS

The Persian cucumber is considered the little sibling to the English cucumber: both have little to no seeds, are sweeter than traditional cucumbers, and have thin skins. They are significantly smaller than cucumbers, yet the taste is different.

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GREEN BELL PEPPERS

There are hundreds of different kinds of peppers, but the most popular just may be the green bell pepper. Known for its bell shape and several color varieties, bell peppers have become a popular ingredient in dishes from all types of cuisines.

DEC TO MAY
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COLORED PEPPERS

The bell pepper is the very definition of an ever changing fruit; only this fruit gets better with age. The formula for a colored bell pepper is essentially knowing when to harvest the fruit. Although all peppers grow from the same plant, their color and and price tag depend on time of harvest.

DEC TO MAY
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SWEET PEPPERS

Bright in color, but miniature in size, sweet mini peppers come in a trio of red, orange, and yellow. They are grown specifically for their mild flavour and their compact appearance. On average, a vine normally yields 150-250 pods per plant, each harvest.

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CHILI PEPPERS

Chili peppers have been spicing up food for centuries and throughout all types of cuisine. No matter the dish you’re looking to prepare or the spice level that you’re going for, there’s sure to be the perfect pepper to kick up the spice factor.

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