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Champlain Orchards Empire Apples - EcoApple Certified

Average rating
(based upon 6 reviews)

This wonderful apple is a actually a cross between a Mac and a Red Delicious resulting in a sweet-tart combination that's juicy with creamy white flesh.

Size
3 lb bag
Price
$5.90

Storage Tips
Fresh apples are best stored in their plastic bag in the refrigerator.

Champlain Orchards, Shoreham, VT

Bill and Andrea at Champlain Orchards grow many fruits and vegetables, and produce apple products. They are committed to ecological practices and are Eco-Apple certified. Due to challenges of our Northeast climate, they are minimally sprayed to manage pests in an integrated practice with natural methods called Integrated Pest Management (IPM). EcoApple® Certified


Reviews

April 29, 2018 by

These blew my mind. How can they be so dense, juicy, crisp and sweet in April? A real treat when the grocery store apples are not worth buying.


February 10, 2018 by

Consistently good- just the right amount of sweetness and always crisp, even late into the spring. We enjoy all the apples from Farmers to You, but you just can't go wrong with an Empire!


April 19, 2012 by

We've been buying these apples all season, and they're just as good as last year! They're our favorites!


April 1, 2012 by

We get these every week. Very good apples.


February 18, 2012 by

I really can't get enough of these apples! So crispy and delicious without being too sweet. I am sure they would be lovely to cook with if my family ever had ant leftover from snacking! Yum!


April 14, 2011 by

We picked up our first order from Farmers To You yesterday, an evening when we had many other errands to run, and eventually found ourselves sitting in a parking lot waiting for our son to get our of class. We decided to pass the time by eating through our bag of goodies, starting with these apples. On the first bite we said, "Oh! Real apples!" So crisp, so sweet, so full of real apple flavor, and in April! Not at all like their poor washed out counterparts in the supermarkets now. Thank you!