Seedless grape arises spontaneously in nature. This natural phenomenon of absence of seeds was already observed since the time of ancient Greece. This fruit was called by Romans “apirene grape”, also appreciated as dried fruit. Particularly suitable for anaemia it fights against fatigue and it is able to counteract the Herpes simples virus. It contains about 60 calories per 100 grams. Being very rich in directly assimilated sugars, it is suggested to eat seedless grape with moderation if there are diseases such as diabetes or obesity.