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RubyFrost

Like a strong half-moon pose, RubyFrost® apples are the perfect balance of sweet and tart. Their hearty crunch and crisp texture add a unique twist on the classic Northeast flavor profile.

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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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Ginger Gold

If you really want a fresh-picked apple in late summer, the early ripening Ginger Gold will satisfy your apple-snacking desire. Not only is this variety delicious, its brilliant spark of yellow amongst a sea of red make Ginger Golds a sunshiny pop of light.

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Red Delicious

It’s all in the name. Deep garnet hues and flavorful bites make up these molar-shaped delights. These popular, mildly sweet apples are grown across the country—but our Red Delicious, grown in New York, are the only ones with a hint of tartness.

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Empire

A native-New Yorker, the Empire is appropriately named and was developed at Cornell University in 1966. A combination of Red Delicious and McIntosh, it’s a sweet and tart combination that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways.

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Pink Lady

Put your pinkies up. Pink Lady’s pleasant flavor and distinctive pink and red colors make for an exquisite eating experience. This apple is a cross between a Golden Delicious and a Lady William. It requires a curtsy due to its regal excellence.

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Fuji

Voted “Most Well-Rounded” in their high school superlatives, Fujis are super sweet, wildly juicy and extremely crisp. This apple dates back to the days of Thomas Jefferson. That’s a long lineage of deliciousness.

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Gala

Even though the name suggests this apple is fit for a fancy ball, galas are actually a great choice for simple snacking, salads, and juicing. Its mild, vanilla-y flavor appeals to even the pickiest of eaters.

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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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