This red striped apple with yellow/green background is very popular in the UK, it’s easy to grow and also handles well. Very crisp, sweet and juicy, with a slight tartness.
A widely grown red striped apple with pale green background. Known for its aromatic sweet taste, this is an easy eating apple.
The first apple to ever be trademarked, it has an extremely appealing bi-coloured apple with pink, crisp thin skin. Has a sweet almost tart taste is often described as having a fizz!
This apple has possibly the best taste of any dessert apple. Its unique taste when caught at the right time has hints of pear, orange, melon – just an array of flavour.
An old classic but perhaps waning in popularity, is still a prominent apple in the UK due to its storing qualities. When at optimum times it has a refreshing, crisp almost caramel sweetness that's hard to beat.
Perhaps Australia’s most famous export, this apple has a very hardy, thick, crisp skin, with a tart taste and is excellent for cooking.
So easily recognisable due to its bold large, non-uniformed shape with a bright green appearance. The perfect cooking apple, which, when cooked, becomes light and fluffy. Is ideal for pies, tarts chutneys and many more uses.
A block red high coloured apple. As the colour suggests, the fruit has a “deep” flavour with a wonderful sweetness combined with a crisp, clean bite. Its striking colour should help with its quest for popularity in the UK apple market.
Perhaps truly the new kid on the block, with its yellow appearance and slight blush, combined with its firm texture and intense strawberry like sweetness, it’s a break from the more common bi-coloured varieties.
The three new apples in this range are: Kissabel Rouge, a deep red fruit with red and white flesh, full flavour and notes of berry. Kissabel Jaune, a pink centred variety with a crisp and aromatic taste. Kissabel Orange, with its orange skin, pink-red flesh and an eating experience described as juicy and firm.
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A high quality green apple grown in the UK. Looking similar to a Granny Smith it is much sweeter with good storage attributes. Greenyard Fresh has first option to licence this apple in the UK.