Jazz Apples

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Jazz Apples originate in New Zealand as a cross between two New Zealand varieties: Braeburn and Royal Gala. The perfect mixture of the tartness of a Braeburn and the sweetness of the Gala along with the extra firm crispness of both makes the Jazz Apple a very dense- fleshed and juicy piece of fruit. Because of its firmness it holds up to baking well and adds new flair to an old standard; apple pie.

Good quality JAZZ™ apples should be flavorful and well colored with firm, smooth skins. Avoid fruit with broken or wrinkled skin, missing stems, or internal browning.
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