Apples

Apples are a wonderful and very healthy snack as well as an ingredient in many recipes They are a rich source of vitamins, mineral nutrients, natural sugars, and fiber.

 

In order to get the most from your apples, we advise that you store them in a plastic bag in the crisper of your refrigerator to keep them at the right temperature and the proper humidity which will keep them crisper and juicier longer.

Ginger Gold

GingerGoldA deliciously crisp, sweet eating apple that is good for apple sauce but is not recommended for pies.

Ripens:

Labor Day Weekend

Gala

Gala Apple

A firm, sweet apple. Favorite for eating fresh or is suitable for baking. Keeps in the fridge for long periods.

Ripens:

1st – 2nd week of September

Honey Crisp

Honey Crisp Apple

As the name implies Honey Crisp is so crisp that it snaps when you bite into is. Sweet/tart flavor.

Ripens:

1st – 2nd week of September

MacIntosh

MacIntosh Apple

The school lunch favorite. Firm, crunchy and slightly tart. Suitable for light baking.

Ripens:

1st – 2nd week of September

Cortland

Cortland Apple

Similar to in appearance to MacIntosh with a firmer texture and is one of the best baking apples.

Ripens:

2nd – 3rd week of September

Macoun

Macoun Apple

A crunchy apple with a firm white flesh and is extremely juicy, though it has a slightly tart and spicy flavor.

Ripens:

3rd – 4th week of September

Fuji

Fuji Apple

A crunchy yet flavorful apple with a light sweet taste that stores very well in the fridge.

Ripens:

3rd – 4th week of September

Red Delicious

Red Delicious Apple

A deep red apple with a sweet taste. Tends to soften when over ripe, a favorite for snacking.

Ripens:

3rd – 4th week of September

Golden Delicious

Golden Delicious Apple

A yellow apple with a slight russet coloration has a delicate and sweet flavor.

Ripens:

4th week of September – 1st week of October

Jonagold

Jonagold Apple

Excellent fresh eating apple with a crispness that makes it well suited for baking too.

Ripens:

1st – 2nd week of October

Crispen (Mutsu)

Crispen Apple

A large tart apple with a firm and juicy texture. Excellent for Baking.

Ripens:

1st – 2nd week of October

Northern Spy

Northern Spy Apple

An old time New England favorite high in vitamin C this is great for making applesauce or pies.

Ripens:

1st – 2nd week of October

Stayman Winesap

Stayman Winesap Apple

A very firm and juicy apple, favored over the Granny Smith for its texture and loved by those who enjoy tart apples.

Ripens:

2nd – 3rd week of October

Rome

Rome Apple

Has an extremely firm texture making it perfect for baking.

Ripens:

2nd – 3rd week of October

Cameo

Cameo Apple

Extremely aromatic and sweet with a slightly tart flavor making it a great choice for a fresh eating/dessert apple.

Ripens:

2nd – 3rd week of October

* – Note: Ripening dates and availability are dependant upon weather conditions and crop yield.