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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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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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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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Golden Delicious

Ever hear that Golden Delicious is the yellow cousin of the Red Delicious apple? Actually, they’re only related in name. This honey-sweet apple is a special treat on its own and it’s great for baking all of your favorite apple treats.

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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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McIntosh

One of the most classic apples. Nothing evokes fall better than the aromatic fragrance of McIntosh apples. This variety has been enjoyed since 1811 when John McIntosh discovered the first seedling, and we’ve been chomping on them ever since. Fun fact: the McIntosh apple is the official apple of the NYC Marathon.

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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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