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About Braeburn

  • Availability: Year round
  • Did You Know? Braeburn were discovered in New Zealand

Braeburn are another native apple of New Zealand. The apple was discovered as a chance seedling, thought to be a cross cross of the Granny Smith and Lady Hamilton varieties. Consumers love Braeburn because of the combination of mildly sweet and bold tart flavors. Braeburn lovers also value the tight, dense flesh of a truly hard apple. Braeburn are available October through May. Braeburn apples popular for cooking because the dense flesh holds its shape and does not release a great deal of liquid under heat.

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