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Imagine a fragrant fresh fruit cup with beautiful snow white apples. You can bet it was made with Cortland, the very best salad apple. This great all purpose apple was developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva in 1898.


Bite into a Crispin for a great crunch and mouthful of sweet juice. It's one of the most satisfying snacks around! The original name for this exceptional apple was Mutsu, derived from its Japanese heritage. It was renamed Crispin in the mid 1980's to give it a more American feel.


With the popular Red Delicious and McIntosh for parents, Empire apples were destined to be a hit. It's a sweet-tart combination that's great for everything. The New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva introduced this new variety in 1966. Empire Apples is one of our specialties.


Fuji is a wonderful snack apple! Fuji apples have it all-super sweet, super juicy and super crisp. This Japanese apple has American parents, Red Delicious and Ralls Janet, an antique apple that goes back to Thomas Jefferson in 1793. Fuji is becoming more and more popular in New York.


Gala, a new variety developed in New Zealand. It's got the mild flavor and a striking bright yellow-red color that attracts the eye. It is an all around great apple.

Ginger Gold

Can't wait for your favorite apples in the early fall? The early ripening Ginger Gold will satisfy your need for a great snacking apple. Check them out early in the season when this special new variety is abundant.

Golden Delicious

Some people think that Golden Delicious is simply the yellow cousin of the popular Red Delicious apple. But, in fact, they are related in name only. This honey sweet apple is a special treat all on its own.


The Honeycrisp apple, once slated to be discarded, has rapidly become a prized commercial commodity, as its sweetness, firmness, and tartness make it an ideal apple for eating raw.


The smell of fresh apple crisp breezing through the house is a sure sign of Fall. Jonagolds make excellent baked desserts. Jonagold is another success story from the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva. It's a cross between mellow Golden Delicious and tart Jonathan.


There are numerous light colored small sunken dots on the surface of the fruit. The flesh is yellowish in color, juicy, crisp, fine. The flavor is subacid and good. The core is medium large and is slightly to wide open. The quality has been rated as good. At Geneva, it is ripe about October 5 on the average or about 10 days after Mclntosh. 'Liberty' is considered to be primarily a dessert apple and has not as yet been given a processing test.


Want a perfect dessert that will satisfy your sweet tooth and is fat free? Macoun may just be your apple, but, hurry, these apples are only available in the fall. Macoun was developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva in 1923.


Nothing evokes fall better than the aromatic fragrance of McIntosh apples. People have enjoyed this apple since 1811 when John McIntosh discovered the first seedling. McIntosh apples grow particularly well in New York's cool climate.

Red Delicious

If you haven't tried a StoneyRidge Red Delicious, you haven't tried Red Delicious. These popular mildly sweet apples are grown across the country but our Red Delicious have the slight tartness so characteristic of apples from New York.

Red Rome

Perfect shaped grill fried apple slices sitting next to a steak are probably Red Romes. These superb cooking apples retain their shape as well as their tart flavor. This old time variety originated in Ohio in 1816 but is widely grown in New York State.


The apple tastes sweet and tangy, with accents of brown sugar, and is known for its unique flavor. The apple is best used for fresh eating, and for use in a variety of baked goods, sauces, desserts, and salads.


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