In 2003, California based horticulturist David Cain experimented how to make grapes that tasted like candy floss in Bakersfield, America.
Scientists started experimenting in test tubes cross breeding various wild grape varieties. Breeding these grapes was difficult because seedless grapes cannot reproduce on their own.
When 100,000 test tube plants had been grown, over a period of eight years, one with fruit that tasted just like candy floss was created.
They started with planting 2 acres and as time has gone by they have increased it to 200 acres full of these grapes. These grapes are still quite expensive if you get your hands on them, but very well worth it as they are delicious.
So in conclusion, if you like candy floss you will love these grapes.
Article written by Hannah McCulloch
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