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It's the sun rising over the Great Lakes, it's the soil created by the mighty glacier, it's the pristine water from the ancient Inland Sea, it's our warm Summer days and crisp Autumn nights.  That's what makes the apples grown here better than those grown anywhere else.  It's because they're...

Flavored by Wisconsin!

GROWERS!  Register Today for the 2022 Wisconsin Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Conference!

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Find your local apple orchard!

Visit your local apple orchard...pick-your-own apples, fresh bakery, fun activities for family, fresh and hard apple cider...it's an experience you'll never forget!

Type a city or zip code into the search bar on the map to find a local orchard!  OR...CLICK HERE and type an apple variety to find which orchards grow your favorite!

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Join The Wisconsin Apple growers and work together to grow the best and promote wisconsin apples! 

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A Bushel of Facts about Wisconsin Apples


  • Antioxidants, especially quercetin, in apples and apple products play an essential role in reducing risks of prevalent diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s. 
  • Apple consumption increases the number of good gut bacteria. 
  • Eating one apple a day for four weeks lowered blood levels of oxidized LDL, the “bad cholesterol,” by 40%. 
  • Ursolic acid, a natural compound found in the apple’s skin, may prevent muscle wasting that can result from aging or illness.
  • Pectin in apples is a good source of soluble fiber. 


  • Store small quantities in your refrigerator, in plastic bags in the crisper--between 34 and 40 degrees. Don’t allow them to freeze. apples can absorb odors from other foods, keeping apples in plastic bags prevents this and helps apples retain their own moisture.
  • Apples ripen six to ten times faster at room temperature than if they were refrigerated. One or two days sitting on a counter top and the fresh crunch of your apple is lost forever.
  • Lemon juice helps prevent apple discoloration. Sprinkle a little lemon juice on sliced apples before adding to salads

Wisconsin Apple Recipes

The Produce Safety Grant will provide a 50% cost-share, up to $2500 per farm, for Specialty Crop Block Grant (SCBG) eligible "supplies."  These supplies and services include, but are not limited to, record-keeping systems, worker training, hygiene-related signage, water-testing, handwashing stations, stainless steel surfaces and bins, easily cleanable wall panels, temperature and humidity monitoring controls, sanitizers and more.   Items not eligible include construction or capital expenses for buildings and equipment (that costs $5000 or more)  as these are not SCBG eligible expenses.  Expenditures must be from 1/1/2020 or later.


Wisconsin Apple Growers Association

Address: 211 Canal Rd, Waterloo, WI 53594

Phone: (920) 478-4277

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"The Wisconsin Apple Growers Association" is a 501(c)5 non-profit organization.

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