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Just a pile of 10 lakh rupees, Japan’s Ruby Roman grapes become world’s most expensive fruit



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Fruit sold in a Japanese supermarket for around 10 lakh rupees
Ruby Roman Grape Gets Most Expensive Fruit Title
It is a tradition in Japan to give fruit to friends and relatives.

New Delhi. Eating fruits has always been considered beneficial, although sometimes the cost of this favorite fruit is so high that people have to think twice before buying it. One of these fruits is under discussion these days regarding its price. Seeing this most expensive fruit in the world might have your mouth watering. These are juicy grapes that are called Ruby Roman grapes in Japan because of their red color. Due to the cost of this fruit, a world record was created and it was awarded the title of the most expensive fruit in the world. Due to its price, it also secured a place in the world record books. In Japan, a bunch of Ruby Roman grapes was sold at auction in 2020 for $12,000 (about Rs 9.76 lakh).

Reportedly, the price of each grape in this bunch is around Rs 30,000. The Financial Express reported that this Ruby Roman grape was sold at a supermarket in Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture. In fact, this fruit has always been categorized as expensive fruit and this fruit is only available in supermarkets. Concerns have also been raised in Japan about its high cost.

It’s a tradition in Japan to give fruit to friends and family as a sign of appreciation and bonding. It indicates how such fruits can be offered to your loved ones.

No batch of fruit has been found in premium quality for two years
Japanese supermarkets often do not sell fruit that has defects or is the wrong size. The fruits go through a rigorous inspection process in Japan to ensure quality standards are met. The grapes are correctly classified into three categories – Superior, Special Superior and Premium. To qualify as premium, the grapes must be perfect. Reports suggest that only two batches of Roman grapes qualified as premium in 2021, while none qualified in 2019 and 2020.

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