Ever wonder if a particular variety would be perfect for a specific apple recipe?
With the website appleforthat.com, consumers can get their questions about apples answered.
The site will address inquiries about which varieties are best for baking, salads, smoothies, snacks and more.
Brianna Shales, communications manager for Wenatchee, Wash.-based Stemilt Growers LLC, said the website also includes apples the company doesn’t grow, including Eastern and Midwest varieties.
With all the apple varieties available to choose from, retail sales indicate consumers seem to enjoy sweet and sweet-tart apples.
Stemilt Growers has launched a line of apples aimed at consumers who juice and blend their own produce.
Stemilt Growers has started a blog, The Stem, that offers consumers recipes, tips and farming information about the company’s apples, pears, cherries and summer fruits.
In celebration of National Apple Month, the U.S. Apple Association has launched an October marketing campaign aimed at pairing apple varieties with consumers’ personalities.