Next time you go shopping, look for a bag of Michigan apples, where small-town goodness will be found inside. Apples are one of the largest fruit crops in Michigan, harvesting an estimated 30 million bushels of apples each year.
Michigan produces more than 900 million pounds of apples per year with an average of $700-$900 million annual impact to Michigan's economy, it is no wonder why apples are one of Michigan's largest and most valuable fruit crops. Small family farms, a tradition of stewardship of the land, climate and geography make your locally grown apples "Pure Michigan." With more than 20 different commercially produced varieties, you're sure to find a favorite.
Pink Fuji, Honeycrisp, McIntosh, by any name, delicious. Crunch into a crisp Michigan apple and taste fall.
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