ROYAL GALA

CHARACTERISTICS

Exterior: Famous bi-coloured apple with an attractive red blush – commonly striped – over a pale golden yellow background.

Interior: Slight yellow to cream, crisp and fine-textured flesh.

Experience: Reliably firm and crips texture, with a mildly sweet and floral aroma.

HOW TO USE ROYAL GALA?

Definitely versatile, suitable for snacking, salad, cooking, juicing.

WHEN CAN I FIND ROYAL GALA?

Royal Gala apple is an early variety to harvest from Mid-February to early March in Nelson – New Zealand.

You can usually find Royal Gala apples from Golden Bay Fruit from harvest through end of August*.

(*dates reflect fruit’s container loading)

DID YOU KNOW?

Royal Gala is certainly one of the most successful varieties to ever come out of New Zealand. Originated in 1934 by New Zealand orchardist J.H. Kidd, resulting from a cross between Golden Delicious and Kidd’s Orange Red, an English favorite. They were introduced for commercial production in 1965. Productions in both hemispheres enable a year round supply.

crop_Royal Gala with PLU

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