Grape-flavored Apples

November 2, 2011 by staff 

Grape-flavored Apples, It is an apple that is not in the trees: apples flavored grapes. With the crisis of the apples and the taste of Concord grapes, the grip of U.S. grocery hits the stores this fall, considered as a healthy, kid-friendly snack for their sweetness and distinctive flavor.

The fruit begins either as Gala or Fuji apple in the state of Washington, and then gently washed in a mixture of concentrated grape flavor and water to take on the unique flavor and aroma.

Without sugar or extra calories added in the process, nor is the fruit reinvented the result of genetic modification.

Like the regular blocks, clocks Gra-pple at 95 calories and the company says that the fruit retains its vitamins and fiber content.

While the grip is just the result of an intoxicating spa treatment, apples such as Gala, Fuji and Golden Delicious, which are now major common fruits are really hybrids.

Mergers of other fruits are raspberries, which is a hybrid between a blackberry, raspberry and Logan, and Meyer lemon, which comes from the lemon and tangerine.

Dealing blocks from the brand are in stores now and May and sold in packs of 4 clam shells at an average price and sales of about 5.

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