Current Facts

Fuji apples are a hybrid cultivar of apple, a crossing of the American Red Delicious and Japanese Ralls Janet varieties. They are one of the most popular types of apples sold in Japan and have become widely cultivated around the world since their introduction in 1962.

Nutritional Value

Fuji apples are an excellent source of fiber, vitamins A and C, calcium, potassium and phosphorus. The antioxidants contained in Fuji apples can provide numerous health benefits including decreased risk for certain cancers, as well as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. They also contain flavonoids which can act as anti-inflammatory agents within our body.

Storage Information

To store fresh Fuji apples, keep them cold at all times. Place them in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. If you plan on using your Fuji apples within a few days, store at room temperature.


Fuji apples are great for eating fresh, due to their sweet flavor. They can also be used in salads and baking recipes such as pies, muffins and cakes. When cooking with Fuji apples, make sure the slices are thick enough so they don’t fall apart during preparation or baking.

In addition to eating Fuji apples raw or cooked, you can also use them to make juice or cider by blending and pressing the fruit. Lastly, they can be dried and made into chips or added to trail mix for a healthy snack alternative.

No matter how you choose to enjoy them, Fuji apples are sure to bring a sweet and juicy flavor to any recipe. Enjoy!

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