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Versatile is the best way to describe the Jonagold apple. It’s a large-sized apple with a honey-like flavor and just enough tangy aftertaste. So good for any occasion.

Whatever you say, goes with Jonagold apples. This one is perfect for snacking, cooking, and with a thin skin, a great one for baking.

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My Story

Bigger in size but balanced on flavor, Jonagold is a well-known apple for both eating and baking. A cross between the Golden Delicious and the Jonathon (an old American variety from the 1920s), Jonagold originated in 1953 at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York.

Jonagold has a short season compared to other apple varieties, making it one to seek out in the fall and winter months.

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My Story

Jonagold apples originated in 1953 at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York. Jonagold apples are a cross between Golden Delicious and the Jonathan, an old American variety from the 1820s. Jonagold apples tend to be large in size and have excellent dessert flavor. They have a shorter season than many apples, making them a real treat in the fall and winter months.

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