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Ambrosia is a glossy, bi-coloured apple. It has an attractive conical shape and smooth, flawless skin with a bright, almost fluorescent pink blush over a creamy-yellow and green background. The apple has tender, juicy flesh with a fine, crisp texture, and its honeyed flavour will saturate your taste buds, leaving you refreshed and satisfied. Ambrosia is also a low-acid apple, which makes it easier for kids and older people to digest. When you see this brand on an apple sticker, you are guaranteed the apple will be of the highest quality. In other words, that Ambrosia apple will have been harvested at the perfect time and stored under the very best conditions. The apple will be partially red over a yellow-green background and it will be crisp, juicy and flavourful when you bite in to it.

TPP is committed:

- Products with clear origin, certificates of origin for each source

- Products meet quality standards

- Packing in accordance with standards and food hygiene and safety

- Food preservation process is always strictly controlled


Washington apples are known around the nation and around the world, but to those of us who live in Washington State, apples are a staple and one of the best foods in the state. They might grow in any backyard garden, but go to any local grocery store and you will see easily five apple varieties. If apple season is on, there can be 10 or more varieties lined up. Washington’s apple season starts in mid-August and goes well into the fall, but you'll find no shortage of apples any time of year (just the prices are usually higher in off seasons).

There are many apple varieties grown in Washington State, but there are just nine common varieties that account for the majority of the crop—Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Gala, Fuji, Granny Smith, Braeburn, Honeycrisp, Cripps Pink, and Cameo. Try one or try them all. You'll likely quickly find a favorite as well as apples you don't prefer, as each one offers something unique.​

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