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It’s WApple Time!

Haggen Northwest Fresh Brings You the Best Washington Apples

How do you WApple?

A is for apple

And A is also for autumn— peak season to celebrate right-off-the-tree apples from Washington!

Apples are the most varied food on the planet, according to the U.S. Apple Association. While there are more than 7,500 known varieties of apples grown worldwide and about 2,500 varieties grown in the United States, Haggen is proud to offer you 20 freshly harvested Washington favorites. From Ambrosia to Tango—and 18 more varieties in between with flavors ranging from tart to sweet, you’re sure to discover an apple or two (or more) to love! Each apple variety’s unique characteristics means you’ll find plenty of choices for fresh eating, making sauces, pies or baking. Apples have just about as many uses as there are varieties. Curious? Just ask for a sample. Who knows, you may just find a new favorite. We’ve made it easy to help you choose—check out the flavor and usage profiles about each apple at our in-store displays.

Ranging in flavor from sweet to tart, tender to explosively crisp,
Washington apples are as versatile as they are unique.

Which apple is your favorite way to WApple?

Apple Chart

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Meet Some of Our Growers

BelleWood Acres

BelleWood Acres

Lynden, WA – Honeycrisp Apples

Fresh, juicy Honeycrisp apples are here! We love the delicious taste of Honeycrisp apples. Since they’re from BelleWood Acres right here in Whatcom County, it’s like picking them from your own backyard. Grown on this side of the Cascades, the cooler weather gives them a distinct crispness that you can’t find anywhere else. Taste one bite of this incredibly juicy, sweet Honeycrisp apple and it’s sure to become your new Northwest favorite.

Broetje Orchards

Broetje Orchards

Prescott, WA – Opal Apples

Ralph and Cheryl grow way more than delicious apples. More than half of their profits go to support their employees in the form of youth programs, housing and leadership training.

Borton Fruit

Borton Fruit

Yakima, WA – Fuji, Gala & More

Both the Haggen and Borton families have a long history
in the Northwest and a passion for quality. Since 1912, the Borton Family has been growing the highest quality apples, pears and cherries in the Yakima Valley. Washington’s pure glacial waters from the nearby Cascade Mountains have nurtured some of the best tasting fruit through four
Borton generations.

Gunkel Orchards

Gunkel Orchards

Goldendale, WA – Honeycrisp Apples

Fresh, juicy Honeycrisp apples are here! Grown in orchards along the Columbia River in Washington State, Dan and Ron Gunkel are third generation farmers who handpick their fruit when it reaches peak flavor and sweetness. When they arrive at Haggen, these delicious Honeycrisp apples taste as fresh and crisp as if you had picked them from your own backyard. Taste one bite of this incredibly juicy, sweet Honeycrisp apple and it’s sure to become your Northwest favorite.

Apple availability subject to weather conditions and seasonal availability.