Want to put a name to a "face"? Check out our gallery of apples below.
Washington State apples come in many varieties, and you can sample them all!
We provide Gala, Fuji, Pink Lady, Honeycrisp, Golden Delicious, Cameo, Granny Smith, Red Delicious, and Braeburn based on seasonal availability and customer preference.
Typically, businesses receive 3-4 varieties of Apples per week for employees and/or customers to enjoy. (Organic apples are available upon request; price subject to change)
These have a mild and sweet flavor. They have been ranked at number 2 on the US Apple Association's list of most popular apples.
This tasty treat is a hybrid originally from Japan and named after a town named Fujisaki. (Not, contrary to popular belief, Mount Fuji.)
A tart and crisp delight that is also known as a Cripps Pink. It was cultivated by John Cripps as a cross between a Golden Delicious and an Australian apple called Lady Williams to combine the best features of both apples.
There are very few people who don't do flips over Honeycrisps! It is the ideal apple to eat raw because of its sweetness, firmness, and tartness. Yum!
A large, yellowish skinned apple that is very sweet to the taste. (It's also the official state fruit of West Virginia!)
Discovered in a Washington orchard by chance in 1987, this apple may be a cross between a Red Delicious and a Golden Delicious. What is certain, however, is its aromatic flavor accompanying a crisp texture.
Another favorite, the Granny Smith has a crisp, juicy flesh. If you want to wake up your tastebuds, then this green beauty will do the trick!
A classic apple that harkens back to childhood school lunches, the Red Delicious is a staple apple that can always been enjoyed when chilled and sliced.
These sweet and crunchy treats are known to have a burst of flavor when bitten into. Their sweet and tart flavor deliver a delicious and refreshing treat especially when chilled.