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Just a few years ago, the prospect of cultivating grapes in northern parts of Punjab was unimaginable, but environmental changes were made after the World Bank and the provincial government joined hands to improve farming standards and usher in new farming technologies.
Grapes may not measure up to, say, nutrient-packed watermelon or mango, but most varieties offer a smattering of B vitamins, vitamin K, and potassium, all for just 100-or-so calories per cup.
White wines are made without grape skins--the grape solids are discarded immediately and only the clear juice is fermented.
Doctors have previously warned that children must be careful while eating grapes as there are chances of them getting choked to the fruit due to its shape and smooth sides. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, grapes, nuts, candy, hot dogs and popcorn all pose a major risk to kids younger than four years old.
Reisch predicts Everest Seedless will be a big hit with backyard gardeners, as well as farmers who operate produce stands and are seeking table grapes to add to their mix.
Welch's Global Ingredients Group also supplies Concord grape juice to the wine production sector.
He'll have a beer featuring grapes used in red wine and a beer using grapes found in white wines.
'It is not difficult to grow more wine grapes if the first batch goes well.
It's entirely possible the tradition of drinks around a campfire began after a successful New Stone Age hunt, with bunches of grapes, already fermenting on the vine, being passed around the fire in celebration.
MULTAN -- The agriculture department Tuesday advised the farmers to ensure cultivation of grapes by February 15.
YOTAM OTTOLENGHI NYT Syndicate The grapevine is one of the oldest plants in cultivation, and grapes are still the world's largest fruit crop.