We have a wide range of conventional and organic apple varieties from Chile, Argentina, New Zealand, and the United States year-round. Explore the unique tastes of the world.
This specialty apple has a honeyed, mild flavor and a crispness deemed explosive. Juicy and sweet, this popular newcomer is a cross between a Macoun and a Honeygold. Honeycrisp’s skin is a distinctive mottled red over a yellow background, with coarse flesh. This apple is good for snacking, salads and sauce-making and stores well. Honeycrisp is “college educated,” developed by the University of Minnesota.
Granny Smith is one of the longest standing varieties; the Granny Smith is a perennial favorite available year-round. The striking bright green skin coats a deliciously thirst-quenching flesh within. Granny Smith is characterized by its crisp, juicy, moderately sweet flesh, with overtones of tartness. Large, late, all-purpose… Requires a long summer.
This Japanese apple has American parents in the Red Delicious and the Ralls Janet and are easily discernable by their dual-colored pinkish appearance. This Asian fruit has quickly gained notoriety with consumers on the other side of the globe due to their intensely sweet, juicy flavor and their crisp texture.
Developed in western Australia, Cripps Pink is a cross of Golden Delicious and Lady Williams. Brisk, autumn nights help bring out its bright, namesake coloring. Available November to August, Cripps Pink are often found under the retail name Pink Lady.
This variety, a cross between Kidd’s Orange Red and Golden Delicious, originated in New Zealand. The Royal Gala strain was named in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, who deemed it her facorite during a visit to New Zealand. It was brought to the United States in the early 1970s and is now one of the country’s most popular apples. Crisp, juicy and very sweet, Gala is ideal for snacking. Galas can vary in color, from cream to red- and yellow-striped. U.S. grown Galas are harvested beginning in mid-July and are typically available year-round.