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Red Delicious, Gala, Fuji, Granny Smith, Pink, Golden Delicious, Starking, Red Chief
AUGUST TO JUNE

  • Red Delicious

    Crunchy and Mildly Sweet

    Meet the world’s favorite snacking apple. The heart-shaped Red Delicious features a bright red and sometimes striped skin. Renowned for its crunchy texture and mildly sweet flavor, this tasty apple shines in cool, crisp salads.

    Uses: snacking, salads

    History:
    Introduction to Market: 1874

    Place of Origin: Peru, Iowa

    Parentage: Unknown, discovered as a chance seedling on the farm of Jesse Hiatt. Originally known as Hawkeye.


    Gala

    Crisp and Very Sweet

    You’ll go gaga for Gala! This crisp, aromatically-sweet apple features pink-orange stripes atop a pretty yellow background. Delicious in salads, pies, and sauces, the Gala’s popularity is on the rise around the world.

    Uses: snacking, salads, baking, beverages, pies, sauce

    History:
    Introduction to Market: 1965

    Place of Origin: New Zealand

    Parentage: Cross of Kidd’s Orange and Golden Delicious apples


    Fuji

    Crunchy and Super Sweet

    Enjoy the full flavor of a Fuji! A crunchy, super-sweet and flavor-forward apple, the Fuji can be enjoyed as an everyday snack as well as in pies, sauces, baking and more.

    Uses: snacking, salads, baking, beverages, pies, sauce, freezing

    History:
    Introduction to Market: 1962

    Place of Origin: Japan

    Parentage: Cross of Red Delicious and Ralls Janet apples


    Granny Smith

    Crunchy and Tart

    Tempt your taste buds with tart Granny Smith apples! Known for its delicious tart flavor and pleasing crunch, the Granny Smith apple’s popularity comes as no surprise. What’s more, it’s a go-to apple variety for snacking and is a favorite of pie bakers. Granny Smiths are great in all kinds of recipes, such as salads, sauces, baking, freezing, and more.

    Uses: snacking, salads, baking, beverages, pies, sauce, freezing

    History:
    Introduction to Market: 1868

    Place of Origin: Australia

    Parentage: Believed to be descended from French Crabapples cultivated by Australian grandmother Maria Ann Smith


    Honeycrisp

    Crisp and Distinctly Sweet

    The Honeycrisp apple’s name says it all! Pleasantly crisp, sweet and juicy, this popular apple features a beautiful bright red skin mottled with pale green. Its complex flavor is subtly tart, and is a versatile ingredient for recipes ranging from sweet to savory. As a snack, Honeycrisp apples burst with juice with every bite, and they are also a delicious addition to salads, pies, sauces, and baked goods.

    Uses: snacking, salads, baking, beverages, pies, sauce

    History:
    Introduction to Market: 1991

    Place of Origin: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota

    Parentage: Cross between a Keepsake apple and an unknown variety


    Cripps Pink

    Crunchy and Sweet-Tart

    Bask in the sweet blush of Cripps Pink! Loved by snackers and bakers alike for its unique sweet-tart flavor and firm, crisp flesh, this beauty of an apple is a crowd pleaser. Named for its bright pink skin, this versatile apple is great for eating fresh out of hand as well as in salads, pies, sauces, baking, and freezing.

    Uses: snacking, salads, baking, beverages, pies, sauce, freezing

    History:
    Introduction to Market: 1985

    Place of Origin: Australia

    Parentage: Cross between Golden Delicious and Lady Williams


    Golden Delicious

    Crisp and Sweet

    The Golden Delicious is a perfect pick for any recipe. Sweet and mellow, this crisp apple has a tender golden skin, and its flesh stays white after slicing for longer than other apple varieties. Reach for a Golden Delicious as an all-purpose apple for snacking, salads, baking, freezing, sauces, and more.

    Uses: snacking, salads, baking, beverages, pies, sauce, freezing

    History:
    Introduction to Market: 1914

    Place of Origin: Clay County, West Virginia

    Parentage: Unknown, perhaps the chance seedling can be traced to Golden Reinette and Grimes Golden

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