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Grapes, Red, Lunch Bunch

Red Lunch Bunch Grapes
Markon First Crop (MFC) Lunch Bunch Grapes contain pre-portioned fruit and are available year-round.

Product Details

Shelf Life:
Julian pack date.
Ethylene Producing:
Ethylene Sensitive:

Available Offerings from Markon for Grapes, Red, Lunch Bunch

Description Net Weight Pack GTIN UPC
Grapes, Red, Lunch Bunch 21 pounds or 10 kilograms 21 LB 0 06 11628 91800 6 6 11628 91800 6
Grapes, Red, Lunch Bunch 5 pounds or 2 kilograms 5 LB 0 06 11628 91802 0 6 11628 91802 0

Storage Tips:

Refrigerate unwashed at high humidity.

Handling Tips:

Keep away from ethylene gas-producing items (apples, avocados, cantaloupe, tree fruit, and tomatoes). Rinse whole fruits and vegetables in clean running water prior to using.

General Usage Ideas

  • Mix MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes, Marcona almonds, honey, and fresh mint into breakfast yogurt
  • Top rolled puff pastry with sliced sweet onions, halved MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes, fresh thyme, and Cheddar cheese; bake
  • Offer MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes on brunch buffets and in catered or school lunches

Fall / Winter Usage Ideas:

  • Top pizza dough with MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes and crumbled Gorgonzola cheese; bake until crust is crisp and cheese is bubbly
  • Serve MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes, sliced MFC Apples, pears, and figs on specialty cheese platters
  • Toss MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes and RSS Sliced Onions with olive oil; bake alongside chicken roasters; serve all with pan juices

Spring / Summer Usage Ideas:

  • Drop frozen MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes in Champagne and other bubbly drinks
  • Stir MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes and chopped tarragon into chicken, turkey, and egg salads; serve on sliced baguette
  • Mix MFC Lunch Bunch Grapes, cubed MFC Anise, radicchio, goat cheese, and RSS Lemon Juice into bulgur salad

Did You Know?

Growing Season: Dec-Apr = Chile; May-Nov = California. According to the "Food and Agriculture Organization" (FAO), 75,866 square kilometers of the world is dedicated to grapes. Approximately 71% of world grape production is used for wine, 27% as fresh fruit, and 2% as dried fruit.