Various Growers in Britsh Columbia
Organic Apples, Bagged Sunrise - Summer apple!
Product code: PR147623NPO
for ~3lb bag
Organic Organic Vegan/Dairy Free Vegan/Dairy Free
About the product
Sunrise apple is one of the earlier types of summer apples that are available in the Okanagan.

The Sunrise apple variety was developed at the Summerland Research Station Apple Breeding Program. Its a cross between a McIntosh and a Golden Delicious apple. The apples are medium to large sized, elongated with a yellow-red color, although with more red on the side that is exposed to the sun and more green on the other side. They are crisp, juicy and sweet right off the tree, with a distinguishable pear-grape flavor.

As a typical summer apple, Sunrise apples do not keep long and is best for eating fresh. Sunrise apples are also delicious in those easy summer desserts like apple cobbler, or for making homemade apple juice!
This product traveled 931 km to reach our warehouse.
Features: Organic , Vegan/Dairy Free
General information
Storage Tip: Apples stay fresher if they are kept cold so store them in the fridge. Apples give off ethylene gas, which causes produce near them to ripen too quickly so put them in a plastic bag. Apples cause carrots to go soft so keep your carrots and apples well separated.

Preparation Tip: To keep cut apples from browning, brush with lemon or lime juice, or drop in acidified water (3 tbsp. of lemon juice in 1 quart of water)

Did you know... The apple tree is the most heavily cultivated in the world. The Macintosh is the most popular apple. There are over 7000 varieties of apples.

Culinary Compatibility: Apples are great to add to turkey stuffing or even a stir fry. Applesauce goes well with pork. Apples can be used as a substitute for sugar when cooking (e.g. use apples instead of sugar when making cranberry sauce)

Health Information: An apple a day really does keep the doctor away. Well, at least cancer doctors and heart surgeons. The pectin in apples reduces cholesterol and the quercitin (a flavinoid) reduces the risk of cancer. The boron in apples is thought to help make menopause easier and reduce calcium loss.
About the vendor
Various Growers in Britsh Columbia
Because the growing season and weather conditions change availablity, or because we may have to pull from multiple farms within this area we cannot inform you exactly where this produce item is sourced from presently.

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