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Last Updated: 02 July 2021

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Many grocery stores carry quite an array of apples these days, from bright green Granny Smith to delightfully speckled Honeycrisp and Gala apples. But unless you live in a very, very remote part of Tibet, chances are you probably haven't seen Black Apple. Until now. Black Diamond apples are a rare variety from the family of Hua Niu apples. The name is a little misleading because they aren't exactly black, but rather dark hue of purple. Unique apples owe their color to their native geography in Nyingchi, small city in the mountains of Tibet, where they receive a lot of ultraviolet light during the day but temperature fluctuates dramatically at night, causing skin to develop a deep, dark color. The flesh inside is white and bright like any other apple. However, if you won't be near China anytime soon, US has its own darker breed of apple: Arkansas Black. While not super dark, these apples are deeper in color than standard Red Delicious and would make fun stand - in at any Snow White - theme party. So why don't we see uniquely colored Arkansas apples stacked among the Galas and Fujis of the world? Arkansas black apple is one that you have to store in order for it to taste good, Norm Schultz, farmer at Linvilla Orchards in Media, Pennsylvania, told TODAY Food. It takes a long time to develop their flavors. Typically, explain Schultz, Arkansas black apples are picked in fall but they re quite tart right off the tree. After being in store for several months, they develop a sweeter taste and their hard flesh softens up, making them much more enjoyable. It's significant time investment for any farmer that doesn't always pay off, whether you re in the US or in remote Tibetan mountain. About 70 percent of the annual Black Diamond crop doesn't make it to market. I do know that many apple farmers do like growing these unusual hybrids because it takes five to eight years to get fruit and they are unproven on market, Mark Veeder, botanist, farmer and founder of Farmacy Beauty say. But could that darker skin be imbued with better nutrients like dark, leafy green veggies? Although they offer a nice, sweet crunch, Black Diamond apples likely don't have higher nutritional value than most commercial apple varieties, Bonnie Taub - Dix, RDN, creator of betterthandieting. Com, author of Read It Before You Eat It - Taking You from Label to Table, told TODAY. Average apples provide 4 grams of fiber, around 100 calories and they contain flavonoid called epicatechin, which has been shown to reduce blood pressure and support heart health, say nutritionist.S Apples have also been shown to be anti - inflammatory and they are filling and satisfying. While these beautiful apples may not be more nutritionally beneficial than their brighter counterparts, they are definitely more expensive. Black Diamond apples are produced within a very limited window and are usually available for just two months each year.

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Blue Apple: a produce saver!

We want to share an awesome little product that will help extend the life of your fruits and veggies! We 've all experienced it. You go to store and get a little excited and buy all the amazing produce you want. Then, place it in the fridge or on the counter in a beautiful bowl. The next day, when you grab that juicy peach, your finger squishes right into its over ripe flesh. What?! How can your newly received fruit be bad already? Ethylene gas. Blueapple works by absorbing ethylene gases released by fruits and vegetables as they mature. Ethylene is a natural hormone produced by fruits and vegetables to aid the ripening process. Some fruits and vegetables produce more ethylene and some are more sensitive to gas. Gas itself is not toxic and has no smell. What it can do is speed up the ripening process too fast while in concentrated areas like fridge or storage box. Again, blueapple works by absorbing ethylene. Small satchels inside blue apple do not lose their potency but do run out of room to absorb. The contents satchels are made of volcanic ash and sodium permanganate and can be added to potting soil or to compost when you change them out for fresh ones! Blueapple can then be refilled and used over and over - so as not to add more plastic to your garbage can! We think they are great little treasure and have them in our food crisping drawers in the fridge and in our dry storage containers. It also helps to learn which fruits and vegetables are large producers of ethylene and which are more sensitive to it. You can purchase them online or at local home stores such as Bed Bath and Beyond. Dont forget your refill packs. Remember, contents dont wear out, but after a few months of absorbing they will run out of room to absorb ethylene producing foods apples, apricots, avocados, bananas, blueberries, cantaloupe, cherimoyas, cranberries, figs, green onions, guavas, grapes, honeydew, kiwifruit, mangoes, mangosteen, nectarines, papayas, passion fruit, peaches, pears, persimmons, plums, potatoes, prunes, quince, tomatoes ethylene sensitive foods asparagus, bananas, blackberries, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chard, cucumbers, eggplant, endive, garlic, green beans, kale, leafy greens, leeks, lettuce, okra, onions, parsley, peas, peppers, raspberries, spinach, squash, strawberries, sweet potatoes, watercress, watermelon

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