Crisp. Juicy. Flavorful. Hearty.
— The World's Best Apples —
Enjoyed around the world, Stadelman apples are grown in pristine conditions. Washington state provides the perfect growing climate. Nutrient-rich volcanic soil and fresh–cold glacier water from surrounding mountains nurture our apples until they burst with vibrant colors, flavor, aroma, sweetness, and crunch.
– Check Out These Fresh Varieties –
America’s favorite apple has a deep ruby skin, and classic heart shape. Sometimes referred to as a “New York Apple,” the Red Delicious apple has a distinctive, mildly–sweet and slightly-tart flavor with a juicy, crisp crunch that makes Red Delicious apples the perfect snack. Excellent for eating raw, and in salads. Ideal for holiday gift baskets, centerpieces and wreaths.
Related to Red Delicious only by name, Golden Delicious apples are the preferred, all-purpose cooking apple. Firm white to light-yellow skin and so tender, it doesn’t require peeling. Golden Delicious apples maintain their shape and mellow-sweet flavor when cooked. Excellent for eating raw, and salads, apple sauce and apple butter, baking, and freezing.
America’s second most popular apple originates from New Zealand and a perfect snack choice. Heart-shaped with a distinctive and visually appealing, creamy yellow–orange skin and vertically striped or mottled with red. Gala apples are crisp and fine textured with a mildly-sweet taste that can’t be beat. Excellent for eating raw, and in salads. Especially suitable for creating sauces.
A cross between the Australian Lady Williams apple known for its sweetness and long-storage properties with the mellow U.S. Golden Delicious. Cripps Pink apples are known for their delicious, sweet-tart taste and firm, crisp texture. Cripps Pink apples are yellow in color with a pink blush. Excellent for eating raw, and all-purpose cooking.
Named after Maria Ann Smith who first propagated the apple variety in Australia. Granny Smith apples are bright green and are also available with a pink blush. Granny Smith apples have a tart, tangy flavor with a hard, crisp bite. As Granny Smith apples over ripen they turn from green to yellow and the acidity mellows significantly providing a balance between sweet and tart. Excellent for eating raw, sautés, and salads. Excellent for pies, and baking.
Now ranking #4 for most popular apple in the U.S.A. The Fuji apple is a hybrid developed in Japan using two American parents, the mild Red Delicious apple and the Ralls Janet antique apple. Fuji apples are extremely large, and have a crispy texture reminiscent of an Asian pear. Fuji apples are juicy and sweet with skin colors that vary from yellow-green with red highlights, to very red. A popular apple variety known for its superior storage capability, even without refrigeration. Fuji apples have a spicy, super–sweet flavor making this variety perfect for snacking, and in salads.
Discovered in the 1950s around Nelson, New Zealand, the Braeburn is an old-fashion apple. The Braeburn apple are medium to large, with skin color that varIES on growing region and conditions, swinging from greenish-gold with red sections, to almost solid red. Braeburn apples are crisp and aromatic, offering a pleasant depth of flavor from sweet to tart. A popular apple variety known for its use in cooking, and superior cold storage capability. Excellent for eating raw, and in salads. Excellent for all-purpose cooking, and freezing.
First released in 1991, the Honeycrisp quickly became a popular apple worldwide, revered for its juicy–sweet–tartness, and crisp bite. The Honeycrisp has a red–speckled, yellow skin. The Honeycrisp apple is honey-sweet with just a touch of tartness that make for a unique flavor with super-crisp finish. This popular apple is known for superior cold storage capability, and for retaining its original colors. Excellent for eating raw, kid’s snacks, and in sauces, and salads. Excellent for pies, baking, and freezing.