When it comes to packing a piece of fruit in your lunchbox, what do you reach for first from your fruit bowl? Is it a potassium-packed banana, a sweet and juicy pear or a crisp apple?
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If you enjoy eating Granny Smiths, you'll love the new Kissabel apple. Rowan Little the Chief Innovation Officer at Montague, a family-owned fruit growing company headquartered in Victoria, shared that it's sweeter than a Granny Smith but shares a similar acidity level.
What are Kissabel apples?
It's taken ten years to make, and the plant material comes all the way from France. Although it is a cross between a crabapple and traditional eating apple, rest assured no genetic modification processes were used to create this new variant.