America’s favorite apple has deep ruby skin and a classic heart shape. Its mild, sweet flavor and distinctive, juicy crunch make it a five-star snacking apple.
Grannies are bright green and are also available with a pink blush. They have a tart, tangy flavor and a crisp bite. Great sauteed, in salads or eaten out of hand.
The preferred, all-purpose cooking apple, with firm, white flesh and skin so tender it doesn’t require peeling. Goldens maintain their shape and rich, mellow flavor when baked or cooked.
The crisp, juicy Fuji varies in color, from yellow-green with red highlights to very red. Its spicy, sweet flavor makes it excellent for salads or for eating out of hand.
The perfect portable snack. Galas are heart-shaped and have distinctive yellow-orange skin with red striping and a crisp, sweet taste that can’t be beat. Great in salads, too.
The Honeycrisp is speckled with red over a yellow background. The honey-sweet flavor and crisp finish make this juicy variety perfect for snacking, salads and sauce-making.
The Cripps Pink is known for its sweet-tart taste and firm, crisp flesh. It is yellow in color with a pink blush, and is great for cooking and eating out of hand.
Cosmic Crisp® brand
apples are a cross between Enterprise and Honeycrisp. This large, juicy, red apple has a firm and crisp
texture that provides ample sweetness, making it an excellent eating and baking apple.
Yakima Fruit & Cold Storage Company is engaged in the growing, storing, packing and marketing of apples grown in Central Washington. We are proud to be suppliers of the world's finest apples grown in the world's finest growing area.
Yakima Fruit was incorporated in 1949 by the Cohodas Brothers Company of Michigan, a wholesale produce distribution company with branches throughout Michigan and Wisconsin. Following WWII service with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Herbert L. Frank relocated to Yakima to assume management of the recently acquired packing and storage facility. Subsequently, Yakima Fruit was managed by Lawrence C. Frank and then Michael C. Wilcox, a third-generation grower with sales and marketing experience. In April 2018, a majority interest in Yakima Fruit was acquired by the Hancock Natural Resources Group.