Apples

Red, Green or Yellow Apples that is the question! Each has a slightly different nutritional content, so depending on your taste and diet may influence your choice. Luckily, most week we deliver at least two colours to your office. Factually, Green Apples have a slightly lower level of carbohydrate and have a slightly lower sugar content.

Over 7,500 varieties of apples are grown around the world and the majority of Apples are grown in China with 44m mt grown per a year, the US with 4,6m mt and Poland with 3,6mt. Just one Apples tree can produce around 200kg of Apples. Pomology is the science of apple-growing.

Apple Fruit Facts

Nutritional content of an Apple

Apples are fat, sodium and cholesterol free read more.

Serving Size: 1 medium apple with peel, raw

  • 125 calories
  • 30 g carbohydrate (10% DV)
  • 4.9 g dietary fiber (20% DV)­
  • 22 g sugars
  • 0.6 g protein (1% DV)
  • .053 mg riboflavin (3%DV)
  • 116.6 IU vitamin A (2% DV)
  • .072 mg vitamin B6 (4% DV)
  • .51 mg vitamin E (2% DV)
  • 5.5 ug vitamin K (7% DV)
  • 10.6 mg magnesium (3% DV)
  • 25.44 mg phosphorus (3% DV)
  • 220.48 mg potassium (5% DV)

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How to store apples

Apples should be stored at around 30 to 35 degrees F. with 90 to 95 percent relative humidity. An Apple at room temperature can ripen up to 10 times faster. (Its lucky our fruit doesn’t last that long in the office!)