Spring is a busy and beautiful time for #MIapple orchards. Typically April is a time for planting new trees, and in May orchards become wonderfully fragrant with the rows and rows of pink and white apple blossoms. We can’t wait for this view!
Let’s be honest, the best things in life are apples and cheese. In honor of National #GrilledCheeseSandwichDay, here's a twist on the old classic that we know you're going to like! #linkinbio
Because Michigan is located within 500 miles of half the U.S. population, Michigan apples have a smaller carbon footprint. Way to be green Michigan!
Name a better duo than caramel and #MIapples... #NationalCaramelDay has got us thinking about this tasty Caramel Apple Pizza...try it out for dessert tonight! (Or dinner. We won't tell anyone.) Recipe link in bio!
Want to keep your #MIapples fresher, longer? Put them in the refrigerator! Apples ripen up to 10 times faster when you leave them out versus refrigerating them.
There is a new variety of #MIapples coming to a store near you! This large, yellow and green variety is on the tart side, and may be a little “piney.” Best eaten fresh.
There are about 10 million acres of farmland in Michigan, which are home to more than 50,000 farms!
Terrible pun alert! Q: What type of Apple do pirates always look for? We’ll give you a hint... this #MIapple variety is juicy and often used in desserts. Answer in the comments!
We’ve got the #firstdayofspring fever and the only cure is apple blossoms! Hurry on up, spring!