About the Product
- Fuji apples are medium-sized fruits with a round to oval form and a slightly uneven look, averaging 6 to 8 centimeters in diameter.
- The skin is semi-thick, waxy, and has a yellow-green foundation with red-pink striping and blush.
- Because various sports are developed with varying hues, Fuji apples are known to have a broad range of skin color diversity between fruits.
- The flesh is dense, watery, crisp, fine-grained, pale ivory to white beneath the surface, with a central core loaded with small, black-brown seeds.
- Fuji apples have a mild and balanced sweet-tart flavor with hints of honey and citrus because they are crisp and low in acid.
Health Benefits Of Eating Fuji Apple
- By reducing blood cholesterol levels and enhancing liver enzyme indicators, polyphenols from Fuji apples may help prevent heart and liver harm.
- Fuji apple extract improved glucose metabolism in liver cells. This implies that Fuji apples may help with insulin resistance, a key sign of type 2 diabetes, though the more human study is needed.
- Pectin, a form of fiber that works as a prebiotic, is found in apples. This implies it nourishes your gut's beneficial microorganisms.
Those who consumed the most apples had the lowest asthma risk. A 10% decreased risk of this condition was associated with eating around 15% of a large apple each day.
Storage and Uses
- The Fuji apple should be stored at a temperature between 32 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit. We recommend keeping them in the cooler's front section (near the door). Because of the location of the cooling unit and the frequency with which the door is opened, the temperature in the cooler varies from front to back.
- Fuji apples are ideal for baking, roasting, and stewing, as well as other raw and cooked uses.
- Sliced apples can be tossed into green and fruit salads, grated into coleslaw, minced and combined into rice, or diced and sprinkled on oatmeal, pancakes, and cereal.
- Fuji apples can also be made into juices and ciders, cooked into jellies, soaked into teas, mixed into applesauce, and boiled into apple butter. The apple's thick skin and dense meat hold up well when cooked, making it a favorite choice for soups and roasts, as well as baked pies, cakes, tarts, crumbles, crisps, and muffins.
Nutritious Value Of Fuji Apples
Here are the nutrition facts for one raw, unpeeled, medium-sized apple (100 grams):
- Calories: 50
- Water: 86%
- Protein: 0.3 grams
- Carbs: 10 grams
- Sugar: 8 grams
- Fiber: 2 grams
Other Product Info
Country of origin: USA
Best if consumed within 3 days of delivery.
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