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About the Produce

The World of Apples

Delving Into the Nutritious Goodness of Apples
An apple a day may indeed keep the doctor away, as this scrumptious fruit is a powerhouse of essential nutrients. Enjoyed worldwide and across seasons, apples come in a variety of types, each boasting a unique taste and texture, from the refreshing Honeycrisp to the tangy Granny Smith.

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Nutritional Value

A Closer Look at the Nutritional Composition of Apples

A medium-sized apple, approximately 182 grams, offers about 95 calories. Apples are rich in dietary fiber, providing around 4 grams or 16% of the daily value. They are a great source of Vitamin C, with one apple providing approximately 14% of the recommended daily intake. They also contain trace amounts of minerals like potassium and manganese.
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Health Benefits

Health Benefits of Apples

Eating apples confer numerous health benefits. Their high fiber content aids in regular digestion and promotes satiety, which can aid in weight management. Apples contain antioxidants, which help protect the body against chronic diseases and support heart health. The good amount of Vitamin C contributes to immune function and skin health.

Peak Season

Seasonal Availability of Apples

While apples are available year-round in most places, their peak season falls in the autumn months, from September to November. During this season, you’ll find the freshest and widest variety of apples.
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Varieties We Carry*

Red Delicious, Granny Smith, Gala, Fuji, Honeycrisp, Macintosh, Pink Lady, Jonagold, Cosmic crisp, Jazz, Ambrosia, Winesap, Macoun, Braeburn, Rome and more!
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FAQs for
Yes, the skin of the apple is not only edible but also packed with fiber and antioxidants.
Absolutely. Apples are a naturally gluten-free fruit, making them a safe choice for those following a gluten-free diet.
Apples can be stored on the counter for quick consumption, or in the refrigerator for longer periods. It is best to keep them away from other fruits and vegetables as they can speed up their ripening.
While apples are healthy, eating them in excess can cause gastrointestinal issues due to their high fiber content.
Yes, apples have a low glycemic index and are a good choice for those managing diabetes. However, it’s always best to consult with a healthcare provider for personalized advice.

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