It’s the grape variety that makes you feel like you’re at a carnival, and it’s back in stores! Cotton candy grapes have been spotted at Costco just in time for the warmer weather.
If this is your introduction to cotton candy grapes, prepare to have your mind blown. These babies have popped up in a variety of stores, including Sam’s Club and Trader Joe’s, but they’re never around for long. The reason that people get so excited about this grape in particular is that they taste exactly like cotton candy. We know — it’s hard to wrap your mind around.
The plump grapes get their flavor naturally, so they aren’t filled with the granulated sugar you get in the classic pink and blue fluffy stuff. If you’ve been thinking of ways to get your kid to eat more fruit, consider this the shining light you’ve been looking for.
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Multiple companies grow cotton candy grapes, but these ones that have popped back up at Costco are from Molina. These grapes are typically available from the brand from the beginning of June to the end of July, so we’re feeling pretty lucky that they’ve already been spotted in stores.
Instagram accounts @costco_doesitagain and @jenn_art_collectibles_01 are just a couple of those who have gotten their hands on the limited-edition grapes this week. The 3-pound container retails for $9.99 at Costco.
The cotton candy grape season feels like it’s just a day long, so don’t wait if you see them on shelves. Oh, and you might want to stock up, because just like potato chips, you can’t stop after one.
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