57 Calories per 100g

Grapes: Complete Vitamin Profile

Grapes: Considered a good source of vitamins?

Yes, grapes are a good source of vitamins! Grapes contain all three types of essential vitamins – A, B and C. Although the exact vitamin content varies depending on variety, red and green grapes provide excellent sources of Vitamin K, which helps with blood clotting, as well as Vitamin B6, essential for metabolizing food into energy. Additionally, both varieties contain powerful antioxidant compounds such as resveratrol and flavonoids that can help protect against cell damage from free radicals in the body. Grapes also contain trace amounts of minerals like magnesium, phosphorus and potassium, which play an important role in muscle, bone and nerve health. In terms of Vitamin C, grapes are not the most potent fruit source – they only roughly contain 15 mg per cup – but their high levels of antioxidants, flavor and versatility make them a great alternative to some other fruits, especially those higher in sugar.