Organic apples for autumn
Buy your favorite varieties––only with more flavor and no pesticides
Most store-bought apples are likely to have pesticide residue, even after you wash and peel them—higher, according to studies, than almost any other fruit or vegetable.
Here in the West, organic doesn’t have to mean ugly: The dry, sunny climate with cold winters in Western apple-growing areas keeps pests and diseases at bay, so our organic apples look as good as they taste.
Check out our fall favorites, next.
Recipe to try: Green Apple Sauvignon Blanc Sorbet