Humans have consumed Grapes for millennia. They are simple to grow and make excellent wine, and the fruit can also be dried and stored in the form of raisins. The whole grape, including the skin, flesh, and seeds, is used to make grape juice, and it contains the majority of the vitamins and minerals found in table grapes and the health benefits provided by nutrient-dense seeds.
Purple grape juice is the most prevalent, made from Concord grapes, and white grape juice prepared from Niagara grapes is also available. Both grape varieties are native to the United States.