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Taste Australia Offers A Variety of Australian Table Grapes

Australian Table Grapes are now in season and is now available here in the Philippines. With different varieties to choose from, the grapes are bursting with juiciness and sweetness that's just perfect in boosting up one's health and immune system.


Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Australian Grape farmers worked closely with food safety inspectors to make sure that the fruit grown and harvested met the highest food safety standards and of highest quality and safe for consumption.


Each variety of grape is not only packed with nutrients, it is also deliciously good- can be enjoyed on their own or even added to a range of dishes. It can also be had as a snack or dessert. The nutritional value of  Australian Table Grapes is also perfect for maintaining a healthy diet for people of all ages.

Red Globe table grapes have low Glycemic value and 5g of healthy fiber in every serving. The Thompson Seedless variety meanwhile is packed with vitamin C that is a great booster for the immune system.

The horticulture industry in Australia prides itself on the idyllic growing conditions Australia is famous for- warm, dry summers, and deep, rich soils provide the perfect environment for Australian growers to produce world class table grapes.

Beginning this month, the 2020 season varieties of Australian Table Grapes will be available at different stores and partners like Rustan's Supermarket, Shopwise, Marketplace by Rustan's, Robinson's Supermarket, S&R, SM, and e-Commerce hub like Baytownproduce, Crate2plate, and Dizon Farms. Varieties also include Tam's Gold and Crimson Seedless, Sweet Sapphire, Autumn Crisp, and Cotton Candy which are known for being extra sweet and juicy.

So as we settle down into this lifestyle that we call- "New Normal," health is still the number one priority even if there's news of relaxing the strict quarantine that we are in now. Let us all stay fit and healthy.

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