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Table apples (also known as dessert apples or eating apples) are a group of apple cultivars grown for eating raw as opposed to cooking or cidermaking. Table apples are usually sweet and the most prized exhibit particular aroma variations that differentiate them from other apples. D = Dual purpose (cooking + table)


Common table apple varieties include:

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