Fresh Table Grapes

Grown in the beautiful Okanagan Valley and Okanagan Similkameen Valley of British Columbia, Canada

About Us

Dating back to the late 1920’s, the table grape industry in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia has a long history and a proud heritage. The original plantings were mainly grapes from New York State that included varieties such as Sheridan, Buffalo, Fredonia, Concord, Niagara, Red Roger, Patricia and Campbell Early. Read More…

Okanagan Table-Grape Growers’ Association

Formerly the Fresh Market Committee of the BC Grapegrowers’ Association, in 2018, the committee member’s voted to create the Okanagan Table-Grape Growers’ Association. With much of the Okanagan grape industry currently focussed on wine production, the timing was right to revisit the grass roots of the industry with the formation of a dedicated table-grape society. Read More…

Featured Grape Recipes

  • Ingredients 2 cups British Columbia grapes, cut in half & seeds removed 1 tbsp. lemon juice 1 tbsp. rice vinegar 1 tsp. olive oil 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 jalapeno chili, chopped...

  • Ingredients 2 stalks celery cut into ¼” slices 1 large Granny Smith apple cut into cubes 1 cup BC Grapes ¼ cup dried apricots cut into quarters 2 Tbsp. sliced almonds ½...

  • Try this delicious salsa with grilled chicken, meat or fish. If you cut the fruit into ½ inch (1 cm) cubes, this salsa makes a tasty dessert. Ingredients 1 cup (250mL) Okanagan...

OKTGA Grape Varieties

Coronation

Coronation grapes are a blue, virtually seedless variety. Vestigial seeds are sometimes found in Coronation grapes but are usually soft and not noticeable. Coronation grapes are very versatile and can be used in any berry recipe.

Einset Seedless

Einset are a pink seedless grape with a mild strawberry flavour and can be used for cooking as well as enjoyed fresh. This juicy grape is very versatile and is great on the table, in a jelly or added to a salad.

Bath

Bath grapes are blue and seeded, with a mild ‘Concord’ flavour. They are best enjoyed eaten out of hand or in a favourite jelly or juice recipe.