Apples make a great out-of-hand snack, but they’re truly a cook’s delight for a wide range of hot and cold, sweet and savory recipes. Few fruits are more versatile; apples marry beautifully with a wide array of ingredients and flavors. Celebrate the season’s best wherever you are with the delicious inspiration of colorful, delightful apples — and there’s nothing easier than grabbing a packet or two of sweet, crunchy organic apple slices to tuck into a purse, backpack or lunchbox.
How to store apple slices
Always keep your sliced apples in the refrigerator, like all cut fruit or veggies. Be sure to consume them by the date on the package.
Tips for using apples
Apples are a cook's delight. They're extremely versatile, adding texture and flavor to salads, soups, chutneys and relishes, as well as desserts and sauces.
When your recipe doesn’t require peeling the apples, save prep time by using our apple slices. Add our organic sliced apples to a platter of assorted cheeses and crackers for quick party hors d'oeuvres. As an alternative to indulgent desserts, try serving crisp apple slices with a selection of cheeses and healthy nuts like walnuts or almonds.
Why choose organic apples?
Apples are #1 on the Environmental Working Group's “Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce,” a list of produce that carries the most pesticide residues when grown conventionally. You can lower your dietary exposure to pesticides substantially by avoiding the 12 most contaminated fruits and vegetables, and choosing organic for those items instead.
When you choose Earthbound Farm Organic Apple Slices, you’re getting fruit that’s been raised without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, using farming methods that regenerate the soil and protect the health of the land and the people who work on it. Organic food is the healthiest choice for people and the planet — and we think organic apples taste better, too!
WhatsOnMyFood.org from the Pesticide Action Network shows you searchable results for fruits like apples and a wide range of other organic and conventional foods. It’s an easy-to-use and empowering tool for learning about pesticide residues and their health effects for all of us.