Record breaking grape sale in Japan


A supermarket owner from western Japan bought a single bunch of grapes for a record-breaking price of more than 1.1m yen ($NZ15,000). The bunch of 30 grapes is from the first Ruby Romans of the season.

The super sweet variety is grown in Ishikawa prefecture and prices for them have been rising since they first appeared for sale.

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