Cotton Candy and grapes. If you’ve heard of the combination, you’ll know just how good it is. If you haven’t, well… you need to.
Either way, you’re in luck, because Cotton Candy grapes have made a comeback.
That’s right, green grapes that taste just like everyone’s favorite spun-sugar treat from carnivals and amusement parks. The best part? The taste isn’t a product of artificial flavoring, it’s achieved via wholly natural means.
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Due to careful breeding requirements, Cotton Candy grapes aren’t widely grown. This means that there’s a limited number available for a limited time each year.
Fortunately, however, the two biggest sellers of these exquisite fruits, Arizona’s Divine Flavor and California-based Grapery, both have different in-season dates.
The Cotton Candy grapes from Grapery are available to purchase between August 10 and September 20, while Divine Flavor’s batch are available now.
— Divine Flavor (@Divine_Flavor) May 18, 2018
Yep, you read that right. If you’re yearning for a Cotton Candy grape, Divine Flavor’s are available throughout May and June – they can be bought from select Costco warehouses.
Depending on your location, you can also get them at Whole Foods, Sprouts, Publix, Kroger, Safeway, Fresh Market, Raley’s Supermarkets and some Target chains. Divine Flavor sells their grapes in 2-, 3- and 16-pound packages.
So, if you’re a fan of ‘naughty fruit’ then there’s plenty of reasons to be smiling right now.
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