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Grape

Slang; in auto sales, a customer who believes whatever the salesperson tells him/her and who is generally agreeable. The term connotes a customer who will pay top price for an automobile.
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Freeze-dried Red Grapes from Van Drunen Farms are a healthy snacking choice.
There are people who grow grapes up in the Sierra at 3,000 feet but I don't know anybody in my membership who produces ice wine,'' said Paul Kronenberg, president of Family Winemakers of California, a trade association based in Sacramento.
That means that red grapes are thought to have more heart-healthy properties compared with green ones, says Sasson.
Rory Callahan of Wine and Food Associates agrees, saying, "A lot of the grapes being grown were going to brandy production.
California grapes are sweeter than grapes grown in tropical climates.
The feature beginning on page 4 gives you a look at some of the newest table grapes from ARS's ongoing grape-breeding research at Parlier, in central California.
We want to see if monkeys take only the hidden grapes," Flombaum says.
By the turn of the century, growers were finding that many of the department's manufacturers were producing "champagne" from grapes that had grown elsewhere and that the prices for their own grapes were suffering as a consequence.
The year inscribed on a bottle's label identifies the year of the harvest, while other markings classify the champagne by age, Non-Vintage of NV champagne (made with grapes from various harvests) is aged for at least year, Vintage champagne (made with grapes from a sole harvest and bottled that same year) is aged for three or more years, and Prestige Cuvee champagne (made with the very best grapes) is aged for five or more years.
com/research/xjlld8/the_biochemistry) has announced the addition of the "The Biochemistry of the Grape Berry" book to their offering.
According to Tara Gidus, MS, RD, who is the "Diet Diva" on the nationally syndicated morning television show "The Daily Buzz," the Orlando Magic basketball team's dietitian, as well as author of Pregnancy Cooking & Nutrition for Dummies, the answer is easy: When it comes to healthful eating, it's grapes from California.