How Many Calories in Grapes?
Grapes are a fruit that we commonly come across, but how many calories in grapes? Not only do we recognise grapes as being good for us because they are a fruit, but there is also the fact that they are synonymous with being given to those who are sick, in order to help them get better.
This page is going to show you all the information that you need on grape calories, as well as additional information on grape nutrition as well.
One thing that grapes are notorious for making is wine, so if a bit of vino is something that you indulge in you may find our page all about wine calories handy.
How many calories in grapes?
So how many calories in grapes? In this next section we provide you all of the information that you will need if you have a taste for this delicious fruit.
One thing not to worry about first of all is that there are no extra calories in a grape due to it's color.
- A 1.7 oz serving of red or green 10 European grapes has approximately 34 calories
- A 4.4 serving of red or green European grapes has approximately 87 calories in
- 1 oz of European grapes has approximately 20 calories in
- 10 g of European grapes has approximately 7 calories in
- Approximately 2 calories in 1 American slip skin grape
- Approximately 19 calories in 1 oz of American slip skin grapes
- Approximately 62 calories in 1 3.2 oz cup of American slip skin grapes
- In a 3.2 oz cup of concord grapes there are approximately 62 calories
- In an 8 fl oz of grape juice their is approximately 145 calories
- In an 8.7 oz cup of grape soda there is approximately 108 calories
Remember when you are looking at how many calories are in grapes and their related products, the best thing to do is check the label as this by law will have all of the nutritional information on it, including the number of calories you will be consuming.
With grapes coming in so many different varieties it is important to recognise that some will have slightly more calories than others, although we are not talking about double the amount, it is literally the odd calorie or two. Whether or not a grape has seeds in or not will not have any real bearing on it's calorie count.
Grape calories - Information on the grape
As wikipedia or any other site with factual information on will tell you, the grape is a fruiting berry that grow on woody vines. They grow in clusters, or 'bunches' as we often refer to them as, and come in green and purple/red varieties. Grapes can come with seeds in them, or seedless, and aside from being eaten on their own they are commonly used to make wine, jam, juice, jelly, raisins, vinegar, grape seed oil and grape seed extracts.
Grapes are grown all over the world from less temperature countries such as the UK to those with much warmer climates such as Spain and Chile. Generally different types of grapes are cultivated in different countries. Other than being sold as a fruit, the grape is primarily used for the production of wine, and Spain currently have the larges land mass dedicated to growing grapes for wine production, followed by France and then Italy. Being a natural fruit they are highly nutritious and we will go into more detail on that later on down the page in our section all about grape nutrition.
As with the majority of fruits, when it comes to grape nutrition, there are a lot of positives to note. Foods such as fruits and vegetables, which are grown and cultivated naturally are full of natural goodness, and can help the health of our bodies out in many different ways. The grape is a perfect example as there are very few calories in a bunch of grapes to worry about, so there is no excuse not to include them in your diet on a regular basis.
In 100 g / 3.50 oz of red or green grapes you typically find the following nutritional values:
- Vitamin B1 - 0.069 milligrams
- Vitamin B2 - 0.07 milligrams
- Vitamin B3 - 0.188 milligrams
- Vitamin B5 - 0.05 milligrams
- Vitamin B6 - 0.086 milligrams
- Vitamin B9 - 2 micrograms
- Vitamin C - 10.8 micrograms
- Vitamin K - 22 micrograms - An impressive 21% of your recommended daily allowance
- Calcium - 10 milligrams
- Iron - 0.36 milligrams
- Magnesium - 7 milligrams
- Phosphorus - 20 milligrams
- Potassium - 191 milligrams
- Zinc - 0.07 milligrams
- Dietary Fiber - 0.9 grams
- Protein - 0.72 grams
- Sugars - 15.48 grams
- Carbohydrates - 18.1 grams
The above nutritional information on grapes show that this really is a great fruit to include in your diet, as it contributes to an array of the vitamin and mineral levels that need to be kept topped up in your body. There is also the useful fact that there are not many grape calories to worry about either, no wonder we push these on sick people all the time!
The RDA/RDI featured in this list applies to the average male adult and can vary due to age, gender and individual requirements due to medical reasons.
Find out loads more about the nutrients that are displayed in the above list by checking out our vitamins and minerals menu. Here you can learn the roles they play in helping to keep you fit and healthy, as well as the various other foods that they can be found in.
If you are interested in calories in grapes then you may also find the following pages useful on the calories found in other popular fruits:
- How many calories in an apple?
- How many calories in a banana?
- How many calories in an orange?
- How many calories in a pineapple?
- How many calories in a watermelon?
- How many calories in fruit?
There are various other pages we have on different fruit calories, please check out the menu on the left to find any that you are specifically looking for.
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