Cotton Candy Grapes. What Is This Sorcery?!?
Some friends came over for pizza this weekend and they brought some fruit including these Cotton Candy grapes. And you know what? They TOTALLY taste like cotton candy. I had NEVER heard of these things before I ate a few and I was completely amazed.
They're apparently 'taking the world by storm' and with good reason they're a delight to eat. They proudly have a 'non-gmo' label on them, but aren't they actually modified food stuffs? They're grown by cross-cultivating two different grape varieties:
They are made by plant breeding, meaning that farmers who cultivate these grapes cross different types of grapes together. David Cain, a horticulturist, and his team at theInternational Fruit Genetics in Bakersfield, California mixed two types of grapes — a Concord-like grape and seedless Vitis vineferia, which is a grape vine commonly found in the Mediterranean.Sounds modified to me? And that's just fine thank you.