These are Crispy Apples

Is there anything better than crunching into an apple as crisp and juicy as our favorite, the Honeycrisp? Here’s some science: when you take a bite, you’re breaking the walls of the apple’s cells — that’s what gives you the crunch. Those cells are filled with juice, which bursts with flavor, and separated by air, which is why apples float! Take a scroll through some of our other crisp favorites.

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What is a club variety?

Some Washington apples are known as "club" or "proprietary" varieties. Club varieties are patented and trademarked, and sold exclusively by specific companies.