Local apples differ from supermarket
apples in three ways.
The most obvious difference is the sticker which is "cemented"
on to the apples in the grocery store. Growers don't need stickers
to tell them what kind of apples they are selling.
The second difference is the wax present on the apples sold in
grocery store. Our home grown apples are only polished, and are
not sprayed with wax to preserve shelf life.
The third and perhaps most important difference is the
difference in taste. Our homegrown apples are packed with flavor.
Tasting the many different varieties of apples grown in our orchard
will allow you to select an apple with right amount of sweetness
or tartness for your individual taste buds.