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  1. China Fuji Apple

    China Fuji Apple

    $S3.90

    China Fuji Apple is a very attractive modern apple, crisp, sweet-flavoured, and keeps well. China Fuji Apple is surely one of the more attractive modern apple varieties. Its main characteristic is the lovely pink speckled flush over a yellow-green background. It is also crisp and juicy, with dull white flesh which snaps cleanly. The flavor is predominantly sweet, very refreshing.

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  2. South Africa Fuji Apple

    South Africa Fuji Apple

    $S2.90

    South Africa Fuji Apples are grown in the Elgin Valley in the Western Cape. It comes with a mildly sweet flavour. It is high in vitamin C, low in fat and do not contain any cholesterol.

    High in dietary fibre. A good source of potassium.

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  3. Envy Apple

    Envy Apple

    $S5.90

    Envy apples have a striated ruby red skin with green undertones. It has a crisp, sweet white flesh that will stay pure white for up to 10 hours before succumbing to oxidation. Envy apples have what are known as lenticels, or small pores, which allow gases to pass between the skin and the flesh of a fruit. The lenticels appear as specks on the Envy apple; the more specks, the sweeter the apple. The sweet taste and crunch of an Envy apple make it perfect for fresh out-of-hand eating. With its extraordinary crunch and texture, refreshingly sweet palette and beautiful colours – it’s nature’s passport to a magical moment of indulgent time. Brought to you from the world’s most caring growers.

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  4. Granny Smith Apple

    Granny Smith Apple

    $S2.90

    Granny Smith apples have a bright green skin that is often speckled with faint white lenticels (spots). Medium to large in size and round in shape, they are a firm and juicy apple with thick skin. Their flesh is bright white and crisp in texture with a tart, acidic, yet subtly sweet flavor. Granny Smith apples grown in colder climates will often take on a yellow to pink blush.

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