Red seedless grapes can be consumed in their raw form as well as juiced form. Whichever form you consume these grapes in they taste scrumptious and also offer a good nutritional value. Red seedless grapes are popular because of both these reasons. However, they also come with some amount of calories and the number of calories in this fruit varies to some extent based on the form you consume it in.
Half a cup of fresh red seedless grapes weighing around 80 grams contains 60 calories. The total carbohydrate content in an equal quantity of fresh red seedless grapes is 14 grams, dietary fiber content in it is 1 gram, sugar content is 12 grams and protein content in it is 1 grams. One cup of red seedless grapes which is equivalent to 30 average sized raw red seedless grapes contains 104 calories.
The total sodium content in it is 3 mg, potassium content is 288 mg, carbohydrate content in it is 27 grams, dietary fiber content is 1 gram, sugar content is 23 grams and protein content is 1 gram. It is a rich source of vitamin C and also contains a number of vitamins and minerals which are good for health.
The calorie content mentioned in each of the above quantity of raw red seedless grapes is without removing their skin as it is usually consumed with the skin. The skin does not only contain good nutritional value but also gives it a unique taste which is hard to resist. However, depending upon your taste you may even have this fruit after removing its skin; the calorie content in red seedless grapes on removing the skin would differ to some extent. You may also consume it in its juiced form and the number of calories in the juiced form varies based on the brand you choose.