Bite Into A Pure Michigan Apple
Michigan produces more than 900 million pounds of apples per year, so 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 16 different commercially produced varieties, you're sure to find a favorite.
Fuji, Honeycrisp, Jonagold, by an name, delicious. Crunch into a crisp Michigan apple and experience the flavor of fall.
Every Michigan apple is hand-picked with no technological assistance. Michigan has more than 11.3 million apple trees covering some 35,000 acres.
Michigan apples work well in a variety of recipes, including salsa, chili, desserts and much more. The versatility of the Michigan apple creates endless possibilites for fresh, new recipes that are sure to delight anyone's taste buds.
Make sure to look for the "Pure Michigan Apples" logo next time you're out shopping at your favorite retail store or farm market.
That old saying, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away," isn't far from the truth. While entirely avoiding your doctor is not a good idea, Michigan apples may help reduce your visits.