Scientifically proven to be the world's crunchiest apple.
Tangy-Sweet, Crunchy and Crisp
Put away the peeler & eat your apples with peel intact.
Apple peel may impart health benefits when consumed & should be regarded as a valuable source of antioxidants
Jazz™ (variety name Scifresh) emerges from a fertile collaboration
between apple marketer ENZA, orchardists, & New Zealand Plant & Food Research
who run the world’s leading apple programme.
A team led by Allan White worked to produce an apple with the world’s best texture and flavour while retaining satisfying juiciness and enticing colour.
Grown & harvested in the Hawkes Bay.
Apples are a great source of fibre, which helps to keep your teeth & gums clean & slows down the digestion process, keeping you feeling full for longer!
Beneficial to the digestive system, promotes Saliva & Liver health
Leave the skins on... this is where most of the nutrients are stored in apples
If buying more apples than you can eat quickly, store them in a plastic bag in the produce draw of your refrigerator.
Apples can help prevent constipation, improve lung function, & lower the risk of heart disease.
An apple a day gives you great skin... they are rich in antioxidants
We NEVER sell imported apples ever!
The fibre contained in apples is vital in preventing cholesterol reabsorption.
The reason for not growing organically is that, for apples, we think it's worse for the environment than what we do now.
The organic guys spray two-three times as often as we do.
Those with home gardens will know that compounds like copper can be very useful.
Copper is a natural organic compound but it's also a heavy metal that is highly toxic to humans & extremely persistent in the soil.
If I grew apples in a desert climate, like say Argentina, I think I might do it organically.
Our benign climate means we grow everything well, including pests & diseases, so organics in apples is a real challenge for now.
A compound known as quercetin is found in apples, which are broken down by the body & helps prevent chronic inflammation that results in the thickening of the arteries, blood clotting in the arteries etc... Thus decreasing the risk of heart disease.
Serving size: 1 apple - 130g
|Avg Quantity per serving||Avg Quantity per 100g|
|Fat, total (g)||0.8||0.6|
|- saturated (g)||0.2||0.15|
|- sugars (g)||13||9.9|
|Vitamin C (mg)||10.4||
Source: The Concise New Zealand Food Composition Tables, 8th Edition, Plant & Food Research