Green grapes are low in saturated fat and this is one reason that makes these popular. Green grapes may be consumed raw as well as in their juiced form. The calorie content in each of these green grapes forms is different. These may also be added as a topping in fruit cakes, ice creams and puddings. You may also opt for green grape flavored jellies, jams candies and custards.
One cup of raw green grapes contains weighing around 92 grams contains a total of 62 calories of which just 3 calories are obtained from fat. The total fat content in an equal serving of green grapes is 0.3 gram consisting of 0.1 gram each of saturated fat and polyunsaturated fat content. The sodium content in an equal serving of raw green grapes is 2 mg and protein content in it is 0.6 gram. The total carbohydrate content in it is 15.8 grams including 0.8 gram of dietary fiber content and 14.9 grams of sugar content.
10 raw green grapes weighing around 49 grams contain a total of 33.81 calories. The total fat content in it these is 0.79 grams consisting of 0.027 grams of saturated fat content, 0.004 gram of monounsaturated fat content and 0.023 gram of polyunsaturated fat content. The sodium content in it is 0.98 mg, protein content in it is 0.353 gram, calcium content in it is 4.9 mg, iron content is 0.177 mg, vitamin A content in it is 32.34 IU and vitamin C content in it is 1.568 mg. The total carbohydrate content in 10 raw green grapes is 8.869 grams of which 7.585 grams is sugar content and 0.441 gram is dietary fiber content.
One cu serving of green grape juice contains a total of 154 calories of which 95% of the calories come from carbohydrates, 4% are obtained from proteins and the remaining 1% comes from fat.