Description

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Apples

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, apples are free of fats, sodium and cholesterol. They’re also an excellent source of fiber.

Also available as organic.

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Produce Tips

  • Apples can help prevent cancer and protect the brain
  • Apples contain phytochemicals, which help to fight breast, colon and pancreatic cancer.
  • Research shows that eating apples can help improve a person’s memory and help protect their brain against Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Recent studies have shown that eating apples can help lower blood pressure and slim waistlines.
  • Ripe, full color apples are great for eating. Older apples that are past ripe and a bit mushy work well for baking.

Selecting Tips

  • Pick apples that are firm, shiny and smooth with intact stems.
  • They should smell fresh and not musty.


Recommended Recipes


Oatmeal Apple Pancakes


Apple Waldorf Salad


Apple, Goat Cheese and Pecan-Stuffed Pork Chops


Baked Apples



Apple and Berry Tartlets

*Quantities are limited. Items may not be available in all stores. Prices and labels may vary by location. We may limit items sold. No rain checks. We are not responsible for printing or typographical errors. We welcome cash, EBT, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, most debit cards and all forms of contactless payment. No checks please. We do not accept Manufacturers’ Coupons.