By Euro Weekly News Media • 07 September 2018 • 19:19
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BRITISH retail giant, Marks and Spencer, is selling a new range of flavoured grapes that are being grown in Spain.
M&S is selling candy floss, mango, strawberry and tutti frutti flavoured grapes – but not through any artificial flavours only by the way they’ve been developed and grown.
The candy floss flavoured grape is being sold in all of the chain’s main stores, while the others will only be stocked in selected locations.
The supermarket said it took “years of experimentation” crossing thousands of different varieties of grapes before finding the perfect flavours and they promise that they’re all “deliciously sweet”.
All four types of grapes are grown in Spain, but the candy floss ones are also grown in Brazil and South Africa depending on the time of the year.
The funky grapes cost £3 for 400g – around 25p more than the same size pack of normal fruit.
Because the fruits are seasonal, they won’t be in stock all year round.
Candy floss flavoured grapes are also available from Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Asda.
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