Macoun

Macoun will satisfy your sweet tooth, but make sure you get them at the right time. They are best in the fall. Macoun was developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, NY in 1932.

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Cortland

A tale as old as time apple, the Cortland apple was developed in Geneva, NY in 1898.

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Honeycrisp

Honeycrisp apples have grown in popularity since their introduction to the produce aisle in 1991. We like to think of them as the “Apple Next Door.” Amazingly crisp, honey-sweet, and a touch of tart—consider Honeycrisp as the Katie Holmes of apples.

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SweeTango

Cha, cha, cha! SweeTango® will make your taste buds dance. An in-step combination of Honeycrisp and Zestar! apples, SweeTango® is both sweet and tangy. They’ll keep you on your toes with every bite.

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SnapDragon

Not to be confused with Mother of Dragons. SnapDragon apples burst with delicious juices and a hint of spice that create its distinct, extra sweet, artisanal flavor.

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KORU

A gamechanger for charcuterie boards and sliced apple snacks. Crisp, crunchy, sweet, and juicy. The best part? They’re slow to brown, meaning you can slice up and leave out without a worry.

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