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Pink Pearl Apples Are Only Here For A Week!

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The beautiful pink flesh wowed me when I cut up a Pink Pearl apple this morning for Earl’s Kitchen Table picture. Amazing! I have never seen anything like it. They are crisp and juicy with a sweet/tart taste. Pink Pearls were developed in Northern California in 1944 by a man named Albert Etter, using another red-fleshed apple called Surprise as a seedling.

Earl’s Pink Pearl apples are coming from our grower Rider and Sons out of Watsonville, California. They are only around for a week, so don’t miss this opportunity to try them! Jim and Dick Rider are fifth generation orchardists and their grandfather, Homer, was one of the pioneer fruit growers in the Watsonville, California area.

Pink Pearl Apple-Rider and Sons from Watsonville