One of the most sought-after and perfect fruits is the apple which is consumed by lots of people all around the world. It goes back to central Asia that originated and then spread throughout other countries mostly Turkey, America, and European countries as well. The apple fruit has a sweet, sour, and crisp taste. You can utilize it in a variety of dishes such as pies, sauce, salads, and pastries. Research has shown that there are over 7,500 apple tree varieties, surprisingly, worldwide. The most common apple varieties in the world can be named the Red Delicious and Gala, although the Golden Delicious and Granny Smith apples aren't all that far behind. In most countries the varieties of apples are typically harvested in the fall, however, perhaps you can enjoy having them available year-round. It means that this fruit is the one that is a four-season fruit, especially in cold weather countries. Now, it is time to have a look at some types of apples which you can choose to eat.
Red Delicious Apple
According to the CBC, The title “Red Delicious Apple” variety was highly well received and the most popular apple fruit internationally for decades before Gala type. However, this variety still has popularity and many consumers consider red delicious apples as their daily eaten fruit diet. Although red apple is a good choice to be added a fresh and sweet crunch to salads if the apple is still fresh to mix, they aren’t a perfect option for cooking and baking. Having been discovered firstly by farmers in Iowa, Red Delicious apples have been cultivated for more than 150 years (since the 1870s). When farmer Jesse Hiatt discovered this type of apple on his farm in 1875, Stemilt claims that he thought it a nuisance and tried chopping down the tree several times before giving up and allowing it to grow. In 1893, he sold the rights to the apple to Stark Brothers Nursery, who later named it the "Red Delicious" and put the new fruit on the path to future success. The visual appearances of Red delicious apples consist of a bright shiny red color, size from medium to big (130 to 220), and a tall conical shape. When you are eating it, the taste of sweet, but very mild, slightly reminiscent of over-ripe melons can be observed on the receptor of your tongue. Regarding the texture of the flesh, it is juicy and slightly crisp, sometimes cardboardy, while the skin is usually very tough. Despite the good flavors of red delicious apple, some fruit experts recommend using it in salads. For these reasons, many buyers take advantage of their countries’ consumers to import huge quantity red apples to have a better market. On top of that, Because of its long-lasting storage, many importers consider having an order of red delicious apples to keep in their warehouses.
Having crossed the Kidd's Orange Red apple and the Golden (Yellow) Delicious apple, New Zealand was the first country where the Gala apple, one unique variety of apple, was originally developed in 1930. Over the past decade, Gala apple has gained popularity worldwide, particularly in the United States, India, and a couple of European countries. The data recently revealed have shown that this apple variety is growing in other countries as well. Gala apples are produced commercially. The orange and pink stripes mixed with a golden thin skin name this apple as Gala. Gala apples are crispy and relatively sweet. You can use it in making sauces, salads, pies, and desserts, and often suitable for being eaten raw or cooked. More and more customers are growing to order based on their consumer tastes. Most importers are looking for top-notch Gala verities for their market. While we are seeking to gain reputation worldwide, our company offers one of the high-quality types among other producers. Season of Gala apple harvest: Gala apples are harvested from July to September, however, like most apples, through the use of cold storage Gala apples are available almost all year.
Golden Delicious Apple
when talking about a very sweet taste, in other words, having flavors of pineapple and mango, we may think of one perfect variety of apples as “Golden.” Its origin goes back to Southeast Asia and spread to other countries in the world. Appearance: Tasting somehow likes pineapple, however, the color of the Golden Apple is hard and green at first. later on, it turns a little bit dark with a lot of black dots on the soft thin skin when it ripens. Growing in clusters from the beginning of fall to the middle of winter, especially in the Asian countries. Having a buttery and honey taste, the Golden Apple is one variety that is great for either baking into apple pies and crisps or being eaten raw. When it is picked in an orchard, they have to be moved to refrigerated storage. Then for consumption, you can see Golden apple on retail store shelves within a few days or less. For this reason, many importers are not interested in ordering in large quantities except for a couple of African countries including Tanzania, Ghana, and Kenya to name a few. If you are looking for a sweet honey taste, this is one of the best choices you can have in your basket.
Green Granny Smith
Having the light green shin color and being tart and crisp, the Green Granny Smith apple is a superstar in the grocery store. The right time to be harvested is from October to November. Not only Grany Smith apples are a very versatile kitchen ingredient, but because of their delicious sweet dips taste, they can be used for sauces and juice. Although they have tough firm skin, they can be regarded as some of the best types of apples for making apple pie, a good selection for salads, and snaking. Last but not the least, hopefully, our customers have been reporting an average 30% decrease in costs, compared to other companies. our company provides all these types of apples in large quantities. If you are doubtful about the quality and price, this is my piece of advice: “Forget it and call another company where you can be supplied your desired product PERHAPS.”