Normally, I purchase the "Seeded Grapes", which, as I understood, means they've gone through a "seeding" process, and, like a 'weeded' garden, they've had the seeds removed. (I realize that the seeds are not actually removed, they are just small enough to eat.)
So yesterday, at the SAME market where I generally shop, I purchased "Seeded Grapes". This morning, I bite down on one, and my teeth slam down on a enormous seed. It's still stuck in my molars, and I think I may have cut my tongue.
So, what does "Seeded" mean to you? Seedless (another popular term), or seed-in? Clearly, the terminology is not the same across the board...or is it just a mistake of my local market?