I was shopping at Harding’s on West Main Street yesterday and finally saw the apple that I’ve heard everyone on TV buzzing about. It’s supposedly so good that it will replace Honeycrisp as the top favorite apple. Well, of course, I had to try it and it’s true! EverCrisp [...]
The MAIA-1 apple – marketed as EverCrisp – is tracking for increased growth in the produce aisle in the coming years. Suppliers are saying that EverCrisp apples are popular among customers in orchards and at select retailers, establishing a foundation of early fans. Read the full story.
Peter, Sr. Extension Associate at Cornell University, adds his thoughts to ‘Adam’s Apples’ blog evaluation of EverCrisp. “This is a late season winner in the Hudson Valley. The fruit is rock hard, very dense, proving to be a long-term cold storage keeper, not requiring CA. Over time I find its flavor [...]
Heads-up Honeycrisp apple fans. There’s a new temptation on the tree. It’s called EverCrisp, born of a wildly popular Honeycrisp mother and Fuji father, and inheriting the fabulously explosive taste and texture of each. Read the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s full story.