Michigan or Wisconsin Grown
Cortland: Sweet, with a hint of tartness. Juicy with tender, snow-white flesh. Excellent for eating, salads, sauces, pies, and baking Good for freezing. Wonderful for kabobs, fruit plates, and garnishes because they don’t turn brown quickly when cut
MacIntosh: Sweet and tart flavor with some tanginess. It tastes like tart apple cider and is incredibly juicy. Good for baking, juicing, and eating. Because they are so juicy, McIntosh apples are an excellent choice to use for apple juice and sweet cider. The apple is tart enough to hold its own in a sweet dessert. The soft flesh of the apple makes it a perfect choice for applesauce or apple pie.
Jonathan: A medium-size apple that has a thin red skin, with a sweet taste that can often have a tart tang to it. Eat fresh, freeze or cook.
$2.99 lb or $8.99 5lb bag
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