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Criterion Apple



Criterion is an all-purpose apple: for eating fresh, for use in pies, salads or sauce, or for drying.

It looks like a Red Delicious in shape, but its smooth skin is greenish, turning yellow with a red blush.

The flesh is firm, sweet, juicy, and crisp, with a mild taste.

Cooking Tips

The flesh is slow to brown after cutting.



Storage Hints

Stores well.


History Notes

Developed from a chance seedling found near Parker, Washington State in 1968. Introduced in 1970. Descended from Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, Winter Banana.

See also:

Salad Apples

Ambrosia Apples; Apple Slices; Cameo Apples; Cortland Apples; Creston Apples; Criterion Apple; Galarina Apples; Ginger Gold Apples; Golden Delicious Apples; Honey Crisp Apples; July Tart Apples; Mollie's Delicious Apples; Nova Easy Gro Apples; Pacific Rose Apple; Prairie Sun Apples; Royal Gala Apples; Salad Apples; Southern Rose Apple; Sweet Sixteen Apples

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Criterion Apple." CooksInfo.com. Published 20 March 2004; revised 24 July 2005. Web. Accessed 12/14/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/criterion-apple>.

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