Only sour crab apple trees were native to America, until European settlers arrived and brought with them their English customs and favorite fruits. Native Americans appropriated what they liked, cultivating apples extensively.
Looking for a creative way to freshen up your daily dose of apples? Just drink it! MORE DETAILS »
Jun 21, 2016
Featured Product: Apple Jelly
Apple jelly can be a delectable treat served over warm bread in the morning or paired alongside a cheese tray when entertaining. MORE DETAILS »
Jun 13, 2016
Regional Spotlight: New England
Home to some of the oldest apple trees in the U.S., the six-state New England region produces between 3.5 million and 4 million 42-pound boxes of fresh apples every year. MORE DETAILS »
May 17, 2016
Apples on the Grill
Grilling season has arrived! As you step out of your kitchen and into your backyard this summer, let your culinary expertise shine by topping your burger with something more exciting than ketchup and mustard - like crunchy apples, hot off the grill. MORE DETAILS »
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