LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 06: Grapes on display during the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) London Harvest Festival Show at RHS Lindley Halls on October 6, 2015 in London, England. The traditional harvest themed show runs October 6-7 and showcases a wide range of late summer grown fruit and vegetables. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)

Where have you been all my life, Cotton Candy Grapes? How did I not know about you until now? And, when did this become a thing? Questions. So many questions. Those are the initial thoughts that went through my head after my first encounter with the cute little crop. A few days ago while shopping at our local fruit center, I was pointed in the direction of the grapes and told that I HAD to try something called “cotton candy grapes.” The attendant told me they actually tasted like the pink spun sugary treat popular at carnivals. I thought, “yeah right.” Ever since I popped one little green treat in my mouth, I have been obsessed and feel the need to tell everyone about it! Cotton candy grapes are for real, and 100% natural. Why can’t every fruit and vegetable taste like something bad for us? Imagine bacon flavored broccoli… french fry flavored brussels sprouts? The possibilities are endless!

Here’s a little more about information about these glorious green grapevine goodies!

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