Next time you go shopping, look for a bag of Michigan apples, where small-town goodness will be found inside. Towns that grow Michigan apples on 950 family-run farms throughout the state. Farms that benefit from sun-drenched days, cool nights and soil made hearty by the Great Lakes.
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. Michigan, the nation's third-largest producer of apples, consists of 850 family-run orchards with the majority of them being less than 200 acres. Small family farms, a tradition of stewardship of the land, and 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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