Grape Nutrition



Grape nutrition makes this favorite berry a good contribution to meeting our daily needs. Grapes have between 5 and 9 % of our average daily requirements for Potassium, Copper, Vit B6 and Thiamin. They also have 29% of our Vitamin C requirements.

Grapes are comparatively low in fiber however, and can have a fairly high sugar content. Therefore, they should be eaten with caution by anyone struggling with blood sugar or weight issues. Grapes are also known to cause stomach upset in some people when combined with foods such as milk, fish, beer, carbonated mineral water, and melons.

Calories in Grapes

In 1 cup of grapes there are approximately 60 calories (there is a slight variance between grape varieties).

Nutrients in Grapes

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