Fresh, locally grown, and harvested in the Okanagan Valley.
Federally Inspected (CFIA), CanadaGAP
Native to B.C.. Crunchy, sweet, and juicy. Yellow/red appearance results in striking shelf appeal.
Federally Inspected (CFIA), HACCP Certified, CanadaGAP, GlobalGAP, Buy BC
A B.C. grown apple that works well with savory dishes, or bakes nicely in pies.
HACCP Certified, CanadaGAP
Sweet and crisp. This bi-coloured apple is slow to brown, making it perfect for snacking and salads.
Federally Inspected (CFIA), Provincially Inspected, CanadaGAP, Buy BC, GS1, ECC Net
Best suited for baking, roasting, and stewing. Can be sliced into salads, grated into coleslaw, or chopped and used to top your favourite breakfast foods.
Originating in Japan, the Fuji is a cross between a Red Delicious and Ralls Janet. The Fuji has red stripes over a yellow-green background.
This is a sweeter apple, best used for baking, as it holds its shape more than other varieties.
Golden in colour and naturally sweet.
Preferred apple for applesauce, tarts, and pies.
Tart and Tangy. Granny Smith apples are a gorgeous colour of green. They have a harder texture and are a little less sweet than other apples.
Crunchy, tangy, and juicy with a great balance between tart and sweet.
The Honeycrisp earned its name for being as sweet as honey and extraordinarily crisp. A cross between Macoun and Honey Gold, Honeycrisps are jumbo sized, with mostly red colouring.
Used cooked or raw. Great as a dessert or in salads.
Has an alluring aroma and their small to medium size makes them lunchbox perfect.
Crisp and tangy, very good eaten raw. Great for applesauce or pureed soups.
Crunchy, sweet, and slightly tart.
Perfect for juicing, dehydrating, or tossing in your favorite salad.
Classed as a “sweet" apple, but with pleasing tartness and highly flavoured flesh. Crisp and juicy when eaten raw.
Crisp, slightly sweet, and accompanied with a floral aroma. Appearance is striped red over a yellow/orange skin.
A crisp, sweet apple. They can be used in applesauce, salads, and cider.
A crisp, firm, bright red or red/orange apple with a yellow background.
Can be eaten raw or used in baked goods, such as muffins, pies, and tarts. This apple is also a great addition to pork dishes.