These grapes are called Witches fingers and are from the Californian breeding program International Fruit Genetics. Although it sounds like it could be GMO it’s not, they are made through the hybridisation process of taking pollen from one plant and brushing it onto another plant.
LA-based produce company Melissa's unveiled peculiar hybrid grapes
called the Witch Fingers Grapes. As the name suggests, the fruiting
berries are shaped like long, pointy fingers. Melissa's describes the
elongated shape as "playful and elegant." This is a new and exclusive
artisan hybrid fruit, says a representative from Melissa's. These grapes
may raise questions at wine and cheese events, that's for sure.
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