Grapes come in numerous kinds. Grapes have several uses. Concord grapes are used in jams and liquids.
Some are cultivated for wine. Few types are offered for eating at grocery shops. The Spruce Eats recommends Sultana and scarlet seedless grapes.
Cotton candy grapes are popular. The name is accurate.
They're just as healthy as table grapes. Protein, fibre, vitamin C, and potassium are beneficial (via Healthline).
Cotton candy grapes have a sweet taste that has been likened to the famous fair delicacy from which they receive their name.
Sweeter fruit may help finicky eaters eat more fruit.