Become a Member

USApple is a member-driven association that represents the United States’ 26,000 apple growers, nearly 40 state and regional apple associations and more than 3,700 apple-related companies. The U.S grows more than 10 billion pounds of apples a year on average; the U.S. apple industry supports nearly 150,000 jobs, generating more than $8 billion in total wages, and is responsible for almost $23 billion in economic output.

USApple Member Benefits Include:

Apple Bites

Breaking news for the apple industry, advocacy initiatives, member insights, thought leadership, and more—delivered right to your inbox.

USAppleTracker (formerly Market News)

Storage reports for both fresh and processed apples, EU inventory, export data, and more. Receive a shareable copy for your organization each month from November to June.

Industry Outlook (formerly Production & Utilization Analysis Report)

Annual data on U.S. apple production and utilization—from crop volume and value, to exports and imports, varietal analyses, movement forecasts, international market outlooks, juice concentrate prices, and more.

Membership Directory

Easily find and connect with apple growers, suppliers, and other key contacts across our industry.

Discounted Conference Registration Fee

Save on the apple industry’s premier annual event and be the first to receive the annual Apple Crop Outlook, which is tailored to our industry based on USDA’s annual crop forecast. Kick off the harvest season with the information you need.

Exclusive Access

Exclusive access to vital information on, such as COVID-19, Food Safety, Ag Labor, Trade, Research and Crop Protection.

Apple Industry

All firms that handle apples beyond growing, such as packers, shippers, sales agencies, brokers, retailers, importers, exporters, processors, etc. Dues rates are based on the volume of apples grown, packed, processed or sold annually.


Business/supplier engaged with the apple industry but not directly involved in the handling/marketing of apples. Examples include companies which deal in equipment, packaging, crop protection, financial services, nurseries and insurance.


Organizations not directly involved in handling apples, such as trade associations, health and education organizations and institutions, and Chambers of Commerce and other business groups.


Individuals associated with an educational institution or government agency.

Join by Mail

If you’d like, you can join by downloading the USApple membership application and mail it in with payment. Questions? Contact Jessa Allen, Vice President of Membership, at