Choose from 16 apple varieties.
Gala, Honey Crisp, Johathan, McIntosh, Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Red Gold, Mutsu, Fuji, Braeburn, Winesap, Arkansas Black, Pink Lady, Red Rome, and Rome Beauty.
Wildly popular? Yes. Easy to love? Absolutely. Bite into mildly sweet flavors with a hint of vanilla. For a mellow, easy-eating apple you’re in the right spot.
Ultra sweet. Flavor forward. Refreshingly juicy. The Fuji, named for its hometown of Fujisaki, Japan, is famous for its sweetness. This is one of the world’s sweetest apples.
Crisp and distinctly sweet — the name really says it all. This popular, versatile apple can truly do no wrong. Want a snack? You won’t find a juicier one. Need a bright flavor for a savory recipe? Look no further.
A baking extraordinaire, this all-purpose apple has the sweetness of honey and a mellow gingerbread spice that makes it great for snacking, too. It’s impressively flavorful, sweet and rich. Truly golden.
Pucker up, tart apple lovers. Beyond the iconic light-green skin of this apple awaits a lemon-like acidity with just enough sweetness. Discovered by none other than Granny Smith on her farm in Australia.
It’s the quintessential red apple. A well-known favorite that’s popular for its tried-and-true flavor: mildly sweet and crunchy. Think of an apple and this is the one that pops to mind.
Everything in perfect balance: Sweet, not sugary. Crisp, never hard. Just a hint of nutmeg and cinnamon, like an impeccably spiced cider. For the best Braeburn, look for a yellow base, a pink to red blush, and red stripes
Meet the queen of baking apples. This softball-sized glossy red apple is perfect for cooking — the mildly tart flavor develops when heated, and the thick bright skin and soft flesh holds its shape well.
What's your favorite Apple?
Crisp and tart or sweet and crunchy? Or, is it something perfect for baking or making a delicious apple sauce? Use this guide to help choose your perfect apple.