They're perfect for waking up in the morning or as an in-between snack.
Fuji apples are known for their sweet, crisp flesh. Growers at the Tohoku Research Station in Fujisaki, Aomori, Japan, developed the Fuji apple cultivar in the late 1930s. In 1962, the cultivar was introduced to the market. The Fuji apple is a cross between two American varieties - the Red Delicious and the Virginia Ralls Genet apple.
China produces 43 million tons of apples a year, of which nearly 70% are Fuji apples. There are 7000 varieties of apples grown around the world!
Apples are packed with natural sugar and are a great way to wake up, even better than coffee.