The pros: Trader Joe's Thomcord Seedless Grapes are really tasty and nearly seedless grapes. Yes, they say seedless, but I've been known to tell seedless watermelons that they lie.
The cons: There is still a tiny little seed that is sometimes bothersome.
The verdict: So I try to get to non processed foods every now and again. But grapes seems to be one thing that I review most unless they are a run of the mill seedless varieties.
I like trying different varieties because they are so different. I get completely excited when I see Cotton Candy Grapes once or twice a year. I even like the teeny tiny Champagne Grapes that they sell.
But there is a variety that I've overlooked. Somehow, these have escaped my view.
If you've ever had Welch's Grape Juice, then you know the flavor profile that those grapes have. Or at least the Concord Grape Juice that I am referring to. Perhaps you are familiar with the deeply hued purple grape jelly.
In either case, I've tried Concord Grapes. I adored the flavor. And I loathed the seed. I understand why it is there. But for me, those big huge seeds tend to make me not eat a certain fruit.
Here, the seeds run from something that doesn't stand out to something that you might want to remove from your mouth. But nowhere near the Concord grape.
For $2.99 for a one pound these are worth a try. They do seem to be seasonal, so if you are curious they are worth a try if they are in season.
Here is the visual run down of what you get if you buy this product:
The box of Trader Joe's Thomcord Seedless Grapes:
Out of the package you get:
Would I buy this again? Yes, I would buy Trader Joe's Thomcord Seedless Grapes again.
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