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.