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The season is now!
Limited quantities of Shine-Muscat from the fruit kingdom Yamanashi
Only 100 bunches pre-order now!
High quality, direct from the farm, delivered from 14 September!
●Shine Muscat is the king of grapes. The berries are plump, the skin is edible, and the taste is very rich.
●These grapes are loved by all for their beauty and taste. Once you taste it, you’ll be hooked!
S$100 +S$10（delivery fee）/ 1 bunch（about 700g-800g）
Buy 3 or more bunches Free Delivery
＊All prices include GST
Registration closed：11th September 2023; 12pm – Monday
Delivery Date：From 14th September
*There may be slight schedule changes due to traffic conditions.
*Delivery is only within Singapore.
The grapes will keep for up to a week in the fridge, so you can enjoy the freshly picked taste and the gradual ripening of the grapes.
Each item is delivered in its own box.
Shine Muscat Grapes are characterised by its green, shiny, muscat-like skin.
The secret of the Shine Muscat’s deliciousness is its thin, crispy skin, which is edible all the way through. Large and attractive variety, with a high sugar content of between 18 and 20 degrees.
It has no seeds and is therefore very popular with children and the elderly.
・Zero use of chemical fertilisers by increasing the number of small animals and micro-organisms through winter soil preparation.
・No use of herbicides.
With an abundance of greenery — up to 78 percent of Yamanashi is covered in forests — this prefecture is verdant with life. The profusion of sunshine and fresh water contributes to the fine quality of produce from this region. From fruit to wine, vegetables to flowers, Yamanashi is one of the top prefectures in Japan when it comes to agricultural productivity. Fruits make up more than half of the prefecture’s gross agricultural production, and Yamanashi is the number one producer of grapes, peaches, and plums in Japan.
Enjoy the harvest scenery on YouTube!