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Sweet, spicy and crunchy! A late season apple that has very dense texture, keeps incredibly well and is a delight to eat at any time. Fuji develops a deep red color in our Indian summer days and cool fall nights. The sweet flavor continues to develop even after the apple is picked. This apple is a wonderful keeper and can be used through the holidays for eating fresh or made into pies and sauce. When kept at 32 degrees, we often enjoy Fuji’s well into March here on the farm.  They are unique in that as they age, the skin may shrivel a bit – this always make us think they will be soft.  But, even then they still have a snap when eaten!  Fuji’s are picked in mid-to-late October.

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