With a delicately perfumed flavour and smooth, pink–blushed skin, this super sweet, juicy apple is truly worthy of its name — “food of the gods”. A delight to all senses, this relatively new and exciting apple hails from British Columbia where it was discovered as a chance se..
Dehydrated apple with cinnamon.We figure that when you choose the pure goodness of our Martin’s Crispy Apple Chips, you earn the right to sin a little. And so we’ve added just a dash of cinnamon to give you a tasty new choice. After all, variety is the spice of life! To learn more about ..
100% dehydrated apple.The original Martin’s Crispy Apple Chips are made from apples and apples alone. Picked from the orchards and processed in our own plant to remove the water, we’ve created a taste you can’t get enough of and a crispness you can hear. To learn more about our Cri..
The “Boy Scout apple”, Empire, is a very popular variety and great for fundraisers. It doesn’t bruise easily making it ideal for school lunches. A cross between a Red Delicious and a McIntosh, the Empire is sweet and crisp and has a bright white flesh. Empires store well but like m..
The Fuji is perhaps the sweetest of all apples grown in Ontario. The Fuji’s slightly rusty blush over a yellow skin makes it a uniquely attractive apple. Its looks are also complemented by its sweet, refreshing taste which is enhanced when eaten chilled. We recommend waiting until after Christ..
Over the last 25 years, the Gala has surpassed Red Delicious as the most widely grown and consumed apple variety in North America. Many variants of this excellent apple have been developed over the years including “Tenroy, Scarlett and Galaxy”, along with an earlier strain, (and certainl..
Honeycrisp is quite simply amazing! Extremely crisp and crunchy with a sweetly tart flavour, the Honeycrisp is also very juicy and instantly refreshing. A more recent arrival to our apple line–up, the highly versatile Honeycrisp has already become a huge favourite for fresh eating and cooking...
The “Mac” is an Ontario classic, discovered by John McIntosh on a farm near Morrisburg in the early 1800’s. It has a tart flavour which sweetens as it ripens. Firm and crisp with a white, juicy flesh, it’s ideal for eating fresh. Unpeeled, the McIntosh also makes a lovely pin..
Since its development in the 1880’s, the iconic Red Delicious became one of the most widely grown varieties in North America. With its deep red colouring and characteristic long, tapered shape, the Red Delicious is a stunning beauty and the darling of the fruit bowl. A medium to larger sized a..