We have 6 varieties of apples to choose from; Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Honey Crisp, Pink Lady, ?Crimson Gold and Autumn Glory. Apples listed are those that are currently in stock.
Apples are sold individually unless listed as by the bag.
Fuji: Fuji is a cross between the widely grown Red Delicious, and Ralls Janet, which is much less well known but is probably the reason for Fuji’s attractive pink flush. Fuji apples are quite widely grown, the main northern hemisphere production comes from Japan, China and the USA.
Gala: A cross between Golden Delicious and Kidds Orange Red, the Gala apple is currently one of the most extensively grown apples in the world. Gala apples are a great snacking fruit as they are low in calories, high in water content and offer a fair amount of vitamins A, C and B.
Golden Delicious apples are pale green to golden yellow in color and speckled with small spots. They are small to medium in size, and tend to be oblong in shape. Golden Delicious apples are firm, crisp, and white-fleshed.
Granny Smith: Maria Ann (Granny) Smith discovered a green apple growing on her property in Australia in 1868 in the same place that she often tossed French crab apples. The seedling developed into bright green colored apples that are now one of the most well-known apples for its tart flavor and baking abilities.
Honey Crisp: Honeycrisp, or Honey Crisp, is a modern apple variety, developed in the 1960s and introduced to the market in the 1990s – sometimes trademarked as Honeycrunch. Their creamy white flesh is exceptionally crisp and aromatic. A balanced content of sugar and acid gives Honeycrisp apples a pleasant sweet-tart flavor that varies in strength depending upon the maturity of the apple.
Pink Lady: Pink Lady was one of the first apples to be marketed under a specific brand name rather than by its variety name. The variety is grown under license, and is also one of the main varieties used for pre-packaged apple slices.
Autumn Glory: Very sweet and crisp with hints of cinnamon and subtle notes of caramel.
Crab Apple: Crab apples are essentially little apples and safe to eat. Be sure to avoid the seeds and core, just as you would if you were eating a regular apple.
Crimson Gold: The Crimson Gold is a small apple that is a cross between a crabapple and a domesticated apple.
Cosmic Crisp: Cross between the ‘Enterprise’ and ‘Honeycrisp’. The large, juicy apple has a remarkably firm and crisp texture. Some say it snaps when you bite into it!
Ambrosia – Delectably sweet!
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