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Apples are great sources of vitamins A and C. They contain a healthy dose of quercetin, a powerful flavonoid with antioxidant properties, which helps protect the heart and arteries, and may help combat some cancers. Consuming the fruit itself rather than drinking apple juice is best since 80% of the quercetin is lost during processing.

This autumnal fruit is such a big part of our food landscape throughout the fall and winter season – apple pies, apple crumbles, apple tarts, and the list goes on. Every great meal deserves a fabulous ending – a culmination of the feast’s culinary delights. This classic caramel apple pie is sure to put the finishing touch on your masterpiece meal and leave your guests with sweet memories.

red delicious
Brilliant red with an elongated shape, this sweet and crisp variety is great along with peanut butter for snacking or tossed into salads for extra crunch.

cripps pink
One of the newer apple varieties, with a green background blushed with pinkish-red hues. They’re tart, tangy and crisp and excellent in salads, pies and sauces.

granny smith
Freckled green with a tart yet sweet flavor, these apples are a favorite for dipping into caramel, as well as baking into pies.

Stripy red and yellow, sweet in flavor with a snappy texture. Perfect for snacks and salads, as well as in sauces.

Greenish-yellow blushed with red with a super sweet and juicy flesh. They are excellent fresh in salads, but also great in pies or baked.

A cross between a Jonathan and a Golden Delicious with a tangy-sweet flavor and crisp texture. These apples are excellent in pies and sauces, or baked whole.

Mottled red and yellow skin with flesh that’s sweet and tart with a hint of spice. Its firm texture makes it an excellent choice for pies.

golden delicious
Yellow green skin with a sweet, mellow flavor and flesh that resists browning. These juicy gems are great all-around apples, making them the perfect choice for all your needs – snacks, salads, pies, sauces, baking and poaching.