Apples and PYO Pumpkins are usually available in the middle of September.

Ever Crisp apple grown at Fix Bros Fruit Farm, Hudson, New York
Crimson Crisp Apple description grown at Fix Bros Fruit Farm, Hudson, New York
Koru apple description grown at Fix Bros Fruit Farm, Hudson, New York
Rubens Red description of the apple grown at Fix Bros Fruit Farm, Hudson, New York

Sweet & Juicy

Crispin – eating, sauces salads, pies

Fuji – eating, salads, sauces

Gala – eating, salads

Jonagold – eating, salads, sauces, baking, pies

McIntosh – eating, sauces, salads, pies

Crisp – Spicy Flavor

Fortune – pies, sauces, eating

Sweet, Tart, & Crisp

Honey Crisp – eating, salads, sauces, pies

Mild, Sweet & Juicy

Golden Delicious – eating, salads, sauces, pies

Benefits of Apples
 
Apples Are Nutritious – They contain Vitamin C, Potassium & Vitamin K. Apples are also a rich source of polyphenols which have antioxidant effects. Many of these are concentrated in the peel. To get the most out of apples, leave the skin on.
 
Apples May Be Good for Your Heart – Apples have been linked to a lower risk of heart disease. One reason may be that apples contain soluble fiber — the kind that can help lower your blood cholesterol levels. One of these polyphenols is the flavonoid epicatechin, which may lower blood pressure.
 
Linked to a Lower Risk of Diabetes – Several studies have linked eating apples to a lower risk of type 2 diabetes. In one large study, eating an apple a day was linked to a 28% lower risk of type 2 diabetes, compared to not eating any apples. Even eating just a few apples per week had a similarly protective effect.
 
Apples May Be Good for Bone Health – Eating fruit is linked to higher bone density, which is a marker of bone health. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds in apples may promote bone health. What’s more, eating fruit may help preserve bone mass as you age.
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