Grown in only one country on the planet, one bundle of these Japanese grapes can sell for $90 to $450. Ruby Roman grapes are assessed on three characteristics: their uniform tone, size, and taste, all of which sway the last worth. The grapes were grown by an association of neighborhood ranchers and the Ishikawa government. In 2020, one pack of these grapes sold at closeout for $12,000. That is about $400 a grape. So for what reason are these grapes so costly?
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