Is there a grape flavor lifesaver?
If you are wondering about a Grapple "Crunches like an apple, tastes like a grape" then you just bite into it. Grāpples begin either as a Washington State Gala or Fuji apple. Through a complex, patented process, these apples are gently bathed with an ingredient mix that is primarily grape flavor and pure water. Through the process the apples take on the grape flavor, which doesn't add any extra sugar, calories, carbohydrates or anything else.
The answer is that grape-flavored things DO taste like grapes, but not the kind of grapes found in most supermarkets. Thompson seedless, flame, champagne, and other kinds of grapes are more closely related to grapes for making wine. The quintessential grape flavor of grape candy, popsicles, and even grape juice concentrate is derived from Concord grapes. These do not travel or store well and so are rarely found in supermarkets or even farmers markets. Concord…