Sweet, with only a hint of tartness, Cortland has tender, snow white flesh that naturally resists browning, making it an excellent choice for salads, kabobs and garnishes.
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With an exceptionally sweet to tart taste, the Pink Lady apple has a firm and juicy flesh, perfect for fruit and vegetable salads, baked goods, sauces, juice and out-of-hand enjoyment.
Fuji made its U.S. debut in the 1980s and skyrocketed in popularity because of its sweet flavor and firmness.
This crisp, juicy apple has a rich, spicy-sweet flavor – perfect for dipping in our new Apple Pesto.
The crisp, thin skin and flavor-filled taste of Cameo makes it a perfect addition to a salad or an on-the-go snack.
Referred to as the “baker’s buddy,” this apple was discovered as a chance seedling in the early 1800s. Read more about its best uses and availability.
Apples have been tools for seduction for much longer than boxed chocolates. In ancient Greece, a man tossing an apple to a young woman was considered a marriage proposal. Catching it sealed the deal. During the Middle Ages in Europe, a woman who wanted a man to fall for her would sleep with an apple tucked under her arm, and then offer it to him the next day. If he ate the apple, it was believed that he would fall in love with her.
These days, serving apples to your love is a way to say: I want you to feel great and live a long, healthy life. What a wonderful message for your Valentine!
A New York native, Jonagold made its debut in 1968. A marriage of Jonathan and Golden Delicious apples, Jonagold offers a unique honey-tart flavor and crispy, juicy, nearly-yellow flesh. With a yellow-green tone at the base and red-orange hues around, it is excellent for both eating fresh and for cooking. Give Jonagold a try, it’s usually available October through July….