FAQs

What's a vine-dried grape?

A vine-dried grape is exactly how it sounds! Once the grape is sweet and has the perfect characteristics, the grapes are left hanging on the vine to dry. Keeping the grapes slightly shaded under the canopy helps maintain all the flavor without getting unwanted flavors from a sunburn. The resulting vine-dried grape is plump, meaty, and juicy. We call them nature's gummy bears!
What's a Selma Pete grape? A Selma Pete grape is a cross between a Thompson Seedless, Fiesta Seedless and Muscat grape. It utilizes all the favorable qualities of each to create a grape that tastes amazing and makes farmers lives a little bit easier.
Why choose Life's Grape? We are a multigenerational family owned business and grow all our grapes in the heart of California. We are passionate about growing, processing and packing fresh, safe, and delicious vine-dried grapes for you to snack on!
Are your products gluten free? Our classicminis and dark chocolate collections are gluten-free.
Are your products Kosher? Our classic, minis, dark chocolate and peanut butter collections are certified Kosher.
What is the best way to store LIFE’S GRAPE® snacks?

For best results, remove excess air from bag and reseal. The better the seal, the fresher your snack!  Store in a cool dry place. The dark chocolate and peanut butter are heat sensitive so try to keep out of direct sunlight. 

My store doesn’t carry LIFE’S GRAPE®; where can I find them? We love that our fans are looking for our products in your local stores! We are available at Raley's and now at Cost Plus World Market. You can always purchase Life's Grape® products at our online store or Amazon.com. But we also encourage you to ask your local shop to carry them.
Do you put sulfites or other preservatives in your products? We don't use any sulfites or preservatives in our products. Fun fact: our grapes are green before they are dried! The UV light darkens the skin of the grape, similar to a sun tan. Sulfur is a color preservative. If your dried product looks like it did while it was fresh, it was treated with sulfites.