Granny Smith

The Granny Smith was grown by accident in 1868 by Maria Anne Smith, in the Ryde district of New South Wales. Usually Granny Smiths have a bright green finish to the skin, however Granny Smiths grown in Batlow will often have a pink glow to them. This is a result of a high altitude climate making them sweeter than most.

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Apple Nutrition Facts – One Medium Apple (*One medium sized apple, fresh, raw, with skin)

Calories 81 Iron .25 mg
Carbohydrate 21 grams Sodium 0.00 mg
Dietary Fiber 4 grams Potassium 159 mg
Soluble Fiber Vitamin C 8 mg
Insoluble fiber Vitamin A 73 IU
Calcium 10 mg Folate 4 mcg
Phosphorus 10 mg

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