Red Globe

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The Red Globe is a variety of very large, seeded red grapes with firm flesh used mainly as a table grape. It can be grown outdoors in very warm areas with long growing seasons such as California, Chile or Australia, but in most of the world it is strictly a greenhouse grape.

While seedless table grapes have become the market standard in the United States, in Japan high quality fruit has a very strong demand. For this reason, the majority of Red Globe production in the US and Australia are exported to Asia.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Seasonal Chef. "Table Grapes".