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There are about 7 500 varieties of apples grown all over the world, and 2 500 in the United States alone. You wo encounter most of these, except in local farmers markets or at pick - your - own apple farms. In fact, just 16 varieties account for 90 percent of domestic apple production, and eight of them Delicious, Granny Smith, Jonathan, McIntosh, Red Delicious, Rome Beauty, Stayman, and Yorkmake up 80 percent. Most popular varieties of apples are available year round, largely because of controlled atmosphere storage. Braeburn apples: crisp, aromatic Braeburn blends sweetness and tartness. Its just right for snacks and salads. Its color varies from greenish - gold with red sections to nearly solid red. Cortland apples: this large apple has deep purplish - Red skin and snow - white flesh that resists browning. Available primarily in the East and Midwest, Cortland is good for eating raw and also for baking pies. Crispin apples: Also known as Mutsu, Crispin is a large green apple developed from crossing Golden Delicious with a Japanese apple called Indo. It is an all - purpose variety, with a firm texture and sweet flavor. Empire apples: result of crossing McIntosh with Red Delicious, Empires Deep Red skin is rather thick, but crisp texture and sweet - tart taste make it ideal for eating fresh. Fuji apples: Like fine wine, its flavor improves with age. Fujis spicy, crisp sweetness makes it excellent fresh or As applesauce. Fuji varies from yellow - green with red highlights to very red. Gala apples: Gala is heart - shaped and has distinctive yellow - orange skin with red striping. With a crisp, sweet taste that ca be beat, Gala is great in salads. Golden Delicious apples: Despite its resemblance to Red Delicious apple in shape and name, Golden Delicious is entirely separate variety. It is an all - purpose apple, suitable for baking, eating raw, using in pies, and making applesauce. Its freckled, golden - yellow skin makes it distinctive, as does the fact that its flesh, when slice, doesnt darken as readily as that of other applesa, a virtue that makes it a worthy ingredient in salads. Granny Smith apples: This pale green apple is originally from Australia, but is now widely grown in this country. It is an all - purpose variety, with crisp texture and tart flavor. Gravenstein apples: this distinctive, red - stripped apple is used primarily to make commercial applesauce, but it is also sold fresh. Moderately Tart, it is an all - purpose apple that is perfect for homemade apple pies and applesauce. Idared apples: this all - purpose apple, red - skin and with mild flavor, is a favorite in the Northeast and parts of the Midwest. Jonagold apples: blend of Jonathan and Golden Delicious apples, Jonagold offers a unique, tangy - sweet flavor. With a yellow - green base and blush stripe, it is excellent both for eating fresh and for cooking. Jonathan apples: Deep Red with yellow undertones, This is a small - to medium - size apple, with juicy, firm, yellow flesh. Use it for eating or baking pies, or for making applesauce. It is not a good choice for baking whole because it loses its shape.

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APPLE TYPERAWPIESBAKINGSAUCEJUICECOMMENTS
BaldwinTart,crisp, great for baking
BraeburnCrisp, all-purpose
CameoCrisp, tart, juicy
CortlandTart,crisp;slow to brown
CrispinSweet, firm
EmpireSweet,crisp,firm
FujiSweet,crisp,juicy
GalaMild,sweet,crisp
Golden DeliciousSweet, juicy, best all-purpose
Granny SmithTart, crisp, juicy, great in salads
Honey CrispSweet,crisp
IdaredTart,crisp,firm,store well
JonagoldBoth sweet tart
JonathanSweet,acidic
McIntoshSweet,juicy,less firm
Pink LadySweet, crisp
Red DeliciousBland, crisp
Rome BeautySweet,firm
StaymanJuicy,tart,store well

Jack Brown Produce, Inc. Of Sparta, MI is recalling Gala, Fuji, Honeycrisp and Golden Delicious Apples processed and shipped by one of its suppliers, Nyblad Orchards, Inc., From December 11 through December 16, 2017, because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short - term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women. No illnesses have been reported to date. Recall Apples were distributed through retail stores in Michigan, Georgia, Missouri, Indiana and Ohio. The product at issue consists of the following types of apples sold or distributed by Jack Brown Produce, Inc. Under brand name Apple Ridge including: Honeycrisp Apples in two - pound clear plastic bags; Gala, Fuji, and Golden Delicious Apples in 3 - pound clear plastic bags; Fuji and Gala Apples in 5 - pound Red - net mesh bags; and Gala, Fuji and Honeycrisp Apples that were tray - packed / individually sell. Potentially - affected products can be identified by following lot numbers printed on bag label and / or bag - closure clip: recall was the result of a routine sampling program at Nyblad Orchards, Inc. Facility which reveals that finished products contain Listeria monocytogenes. Jack Brown Produce, Inc. Has ceased distribution of any further products process at Nyblad Orchards as the FDA and Company continue their investigation as to what caused the problem. Consumers who have purchased Gala, Fuji, Honeycrisp and Golden Delicious Apples under the brand name Apple Ridge on or after December 11 2017 are urged to destroy the product and contact Jack Brown Produce, Inc. For a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 616 - 887 - 9568 and ask for Lisa Ingalls.

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Envy TM

New Zealand's Apple crop has land, and retailers and shoppers should expect fresh, large and exceptionally flavorful apples to hit stores in June, enabling high - quality, year - round Apple programs from T & G Global. T & Gs New Zealand Apple volumes are up compared to last year, with JAZZ and Envy driving program, rounded out by Royal Gala, Fuji, Braeburn, Granny Smith, Pacific Rise and Pink Lady apples and Taylors Gold pears. A smooth growing season and little rain during the harvest period, which allows picking to occur during optimal maturity windows has produced robust quality fruit. This was a welcome contrast to the 2019 season, which was curtailed by heat, drought and fires. This year New Zealand's crop is truly bigger and better than in years past, says Cecilia Flores Paez, T & G Head of Marketing, North America. Fruit size is trending larger, and brix, pressures and color have all enhanced over last season and even years prior. Eating experience should be first rate. Vancouver, British Columbia - base Oppy, will manage T & Gs full Apple basket, now through early fall. Brand volumes are considerably up this season, with Envy cases up 35% and JAZZ up 13%. Oppy is particularly excited about the opportunities this season offer. Weve been Marketing New Zealand apples since the 1950s and are now approaching one of the most unique summer markets, historically, says Karin Gardner, executive director of Marketing. We think fresh - crop Envy and JAZZ, more than ever, will deliver on shopper's needs due to their high quality and consistency. Research indicates shoppers want great - tasting Apples year - round, and particularly with what is happening in the world, sense of nostalgia and comfort, refreshment and value in their eating experiences this summer. If biting into JAZZ while walking in the park or slicing up Envy while reading a book at home, does say comfort, enjoyment and vitality - I am not sure what to do. Indeed, Envy and JAZZ are driven by strong shopper insights, as June approaches: Envy - YOY dollars are + 30% and pounds + 34% - with 19% distribution growth - according to Nielsen scan data. Jazz - recent shopper research indicates 87% of respondents like the flavor of JAZZ, with 49% marking it as excellent. * A separate research set indicated JAZZ is ideal for its snacking attributes, according to 75% of respondents. The import program will emphasize bulk - with sizes peaking in the 70s - 90s - while offering an increased range of pack sizes, 2lb through 5lb, to meet accelerating shopper demand. Import Envy should ship early June through October, with JAZZ running from early June through mid - October. Jazz will also be available from Washington this summer, primarily in small sizes to support large - sized New Zealand JAZZ. Ad opportunities and POS materials are available, and stay tuned for integrated - shopper Marketing campaigns, intended to help drive retail sales and deliver on targeted shopper needs. About Oppy: growing, marketing and distributing fresh produce from around the globe for more than 160 years, Vancouver, BC - base Oppy discovers and delivers the best of world harvest.

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Really Good With Dark Secret! These Japanese apples developed by Tohoku Research Station in the 1930s are mild and completely reasonable, treated on their own and are perfect accompaniment to Greek yogurt. For as lovely as Fuji apples are, they come with Dark Secret, much like the knowledge that K - pop icons BTS's absolute banger best of Me was produced by Chainsmokers: this apple exists because Virginia Ralls Genet was crossbreed with, yes, Red Delicious. For this reason, I must insist that Fuji apples be secured via trusted sources to avoid great disappointment with its hideous past.

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Gala Apples

Gala apples origin is New Zealand. Farmers believe that these apples are a breed of Kidds Orange Red and Golden Delicious apples. They first arrived in the United States in the 1970s. They account for the highest percentage of apples grown throughout the world. In regards to their appearance, they are red and golden yellow on exterior while the interior is slightly yellow. Their texture is crisp and flavor mildly sweet. These apples are very good for juicing, freezing, and baking. These apples are medium to small and they have a wide shape that is shape like a heart. One of the major similarities between Fuji and Gala apples is that they are the best option for applesauce. However, they tend to spoil quickly, which is why it is highly recommended that you refrigerate them quickly and use them as soon as you can. Farmers who have this type of fruit on their farms usually harvest them from late days of July to the early days of September. However, they are available throughout the year. The problem with Gala apples is that they tend to have different textures at different stages. When you enjoy it when fresh and in - season, you will find that it has an amazing crunch taste. However, when they are not in peak seasons, they become floury and soft. If you want to test Gala apple for quality, you should use your hand. Gala apple should have clear skin and the surface should be smooth. Make sure that it feels solid. Next, make sure to check for any wrinkles by rubbing your thumb across the apple. Wrinkles prove that it has been in store for a long while. What Is the Difference Between Fennel vs. Anise Swiss Chard and Rhubarb Differences

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