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Apples Granny Smith - each

Apples Granny Smith - each

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The Granny Smith is a tip-bearing apple cultivar, which originated in Australia in 1868.[1] It is named after Maria Ann Smith, who propagated the cultivar from a chance seedling Granny Smith apples are light green in colour. They are popularly used in many apple dishes, such as apple pie, apple cobbler, apple crumble, and apple cake. They are also commonly eaten raw as table apples, and at least one company (Woodchuck Hard Cider) makes Granny Smith /wiki/Varietal


A 100 gram apple contains 8 percent of the daily suggested intake of vitamin C and 1 percent of the daily suggested intake of calcium, iron and vitamin A. Protein and Fat. Granny Smith apples are devoid of protein and fat, both of which are vital nutrients for your overall health.


Granny Smith is much more easily preserved in Storage: than other apples, a factor which has greatly contributed to its success in export markets. Its long Storage: life has been attributed to its fairly low levels of ethylene production, and in the right conditions Granny Smiths can be stored without loss of quality for as long as a year


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