How many dollars did a bunch of grapes sell in Japan?
In recent days, a bunch of grapes containing 30 grapes has been sold in Japan for a dollar of 10,900, meaning that a bunch of grapes in this bunch cost 3 360 – but the question arises as to whether Why are grapes sold so expensive? What was so special about them?
Ruby Roman grapes
Let us tell you the truth about these precious grapes.
This is a special type of grape called Ruby Roman and it is red instead of green while each of its seeds weighs at least 20 grams. These grapes contain 18% sugar.
These grapes are considered a symbol of high status – these grapes are sold through auction rather than in a shop – this type of grape was first offered in Japan in 2008.
Takamaru Konishi, who bought the grapes, said: “These are real ruby Roman diamonds – and I will put them on display at my store.”
These grapes are said to reduce the risk of obesity and are beneficial for eye health.