Apples - mixed

Apples - mixed


Apples are in season in the UK from late summer to late Autumn, though available from store or imported all year round (we do not touch air freight).Apples can range from very sweet to decidedly tart, depending on the variety. It's worth trying out different varieties, just to experience the wide range of flavours the humble apple offers. All apples belong in the Rosaceae family, which includes roses, strawberries and apricots, to name a few.Fact of the day... did you know the first colonists to Northern America took apple seeds with them? There you go!

nutritional info

"“An apple a day keeps the doctor away""! Apples are a great source of fibre, vitamin C, pectin (which helps the body rid itself of heavy metals) and flavonoids (powerful anti-oxidants, which can help prevent disease). "

storing Apples - mixed

Better to store them somewhere cool and dark than in the fridge, to avoid them losing flavour and becoming “powdery”. Apples absorb other odours, so keep them away from garlic and onions!


English orchards whenever possible, though will also on occasion use Bristol Markets and EU-derived (land-freight) sources in order to meet times of high demand.