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The Guide to Fall Apples

The Guide to Fall Apples

Did you know there are more than 7,000 varieties of apples to choose from?

Research shows that eating one apple a day can improve your health in every aspect of your body.

Packed with nutrients and fiber, here are a few we recommend for this upcoming fall season. 


Granny Smith

Tart and Tangy: When these apples reach their peak they are a bright green.  Full of fiber Granny Smith apples will keep you full longer and a recent study shows it has unique nutrients to support healthy gut bacteria. How to use: Because of their firmness and tartness, these apples are used in dishes cooked or raw to balance out sweetness.


Sweet: Light red in coloring, Galas are full of flavor and said to have anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and antioxidant properties. How to use: With their mild sweetness Gala apples are great for savory and sweet dishes. They cook well and are served great raw.


Intense sweet, crisp flavor: Being the most flavorful apple, Fuji apples have been shown to have anti-aging and anti-inflammation benefits. How to use: You want to use Fuji apples in dishes where you want the apple taste to be very distinguished.  Often found in salads, they are also used as a great natural sweetener for dishes like oatmeal or yogurt. 


Slightly sweet: Macintosh apples are known for the softest skin with lots of juice.  They are almost mushy when biting into and are a great source of ursolic acid which can help fight obesity. How to use: Known as the perfect baking apple, these apples are great in pies, breads apple sauces and butter. 


Tart-Sweet Flavor: High in fiber, Jonagold's help lower blood pressure, cholesterol and the risk of colon cancer. How to use: Due to their softer skin, these apples are great in juices, soups, smoothies and cider. 

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