Royal Gala

New Zealand

Harvest mid February to late March

Sweet, fragrant, crisp. A crunchy apple. Red striped with creamy yellow background. This is an aromatically – sweet apple. Popular for eating and salads.

Granny Smith

New Zealand

Harvest April and early May

Crisp texture and tangy tart flavor. Bright green skin with white flesh. Used in sauces, cooking and eating

New Zealand Rose

New Zealand

Harvest April

Developed and bred in New Zealand. A cross between gala and splendor varieties. Sweet flavors with crisp and juicy flesh.

Chinese Fuji

China

Harvest September

Sweet in flavor. A crisp apple with a firm texture renown for its storing qualities. Reddish pink color with stripe. Packed with socks.

Red Star

China

Harvest August. Ideal shipping period August, September

A juicy, crisp, sweet apple. Slightly sour, aromatic, savory taste characteristics. A 5-point crowned apple with a royal gala appearance but slightly more blushed. Medium sized apple.

Gala

China

Harvest End of July. Ideal shipping period August, September

Juicy, crisp, moderately sweet apple. Grown and sourced in the Yantai City area in Shandong Province.

Sonya™

The Shape of temptation

When you bite into a Sonya apple be prepared for an explosion of sweet juicy flavour. The Sonya is a relatively new apple, developed in the south island of New Zealand. The Sonya is a cross between a Red Delicious and Gala.

Sonya has two distinctive features. Firstly, its unusual shape - it is a very tall apple stemming from its parent Red Delicious. Sonya's other distinctive feature is its exceptional sweetness (even sweeter than Gala) - the flavour is strongly reminiscent of raw sugar cane blended with fruity flavour, and there is no trace of acidity whatsoever. Another great feature is it has exceptional storage and keeping qualities.

Sonya™. A heavenly spectrum of sweetness, crispness and fragrance.

Breeze apples

The Breeze has a solid pink-red blush over a yellow background. It is aromatic and sweet with a very crisp, dense white flesh. It’s a refreshing, tasty snack for both kids and adults alike. Breeze apples, currently grown in New Zealand by Freshco, are harvested at the optimum maturity for a two-week period in the middle of February, and shipped to the United States at the end of March. Their early-April arrival makes them the first offshore apple variety available for consumers. Due to the increasing demand for the Breeze apple, growers have already doubled their production in New Zealand, and now have acreage in Washington as well. Soon, the Breeze apple will be available to retailers year-round.