Bunch of Grapes Sells for Record $8,200 in Japan

A bunch of Japanese grapes has sold for a record one million yen ($8,200) at a wholesale auction. The bunch which weighs 700g had 26 grapes, meaning each grape cost a whopping $315. Cultivated only in western Japan’s Ishikawa prefecture, Ruby Roman is considered the world’s most exclusive grape, was developed over 14 years, first appearing on the market in 2008. Would you pay $8,200 for a bunch of grapes?

[ Via: WSJ ]

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