Range of apples






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Granny Smith

Fresh, sour taste

Granny Smith apples have a pronounced green colour, which is sometimes supplemented with a yellow blush of sunlight.

Did you know?
The variety was discovered by Marie Ana (Granny) Smith in Australia?
Granny Smith apples are great for salads.
Discolouration of a cut apple can be prevented with lemon juice.

Pink Lady

Sweet and slightly sour

The appearance of a Pink Lady is a well coloured apple with a pink to red blush.

Did you know?
Pink Lady has quickly gained recognition,
throughout the world as a trademark.

Cripps pink

Sweet and slightly sour

Cripps Pink has a light to full coloured pink to red blush appearance.

Did you know?
Cripps Pink is not as fully coloured as Pink Lady.

Royal gala

Sweet and juicy apple

A Royal Gala is a high apple with a red blush.

Did you know?
There are many varieties of Royal Gala available.

Braeburn

Fresh acidic, with slightly sweet undertones

A Braeburn is a semi-high, slightly oval apple with a red blush.

Did you know?
There are more than 7000 apple varieties.

Fuji

Sweet apple with a pronounced aroma

The appearance of a Fuji is a semi-high, slightly oval apple with a red-brown, striped blush.

Did you know?
There are more than 7000 apple varieties.

Pacific Queen

Sweet with firm/crispy fruit flesh

The appearance of the Pacific Queen is a deep, dark coloured apple.

Did you know?
There are more than 7000 apple varieties.

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