Named “Best Sweet” apple sauce by Real Simple Magazine in May, 2007. A distinctive, rich flavor from a mix of five apple varieties. Each variety is picked at its peak of flavor and then blended with the other varieties to make a distinctive sweet, full taste balanced by a little zing. All our sauces use only our apples and we add nothing else – no sweeteners or other preservatives. Apples Aplenty represents the hot days of summer combined with the cool, frosty nights of fall to create a flavor that will make your mouth water.
Jonathan has perfectly balanced sweet and tart flavors. We make our Just Jonathan with the best-tasting certified organic apples—grown and nurtured by us, then carefully hand-picked at the peak of flavor on our family farm in Hotchkiss, Colorado. The cool western nights of fall give the Jonathan apple its distinctive rose hue. It’s the perfect balance of sweet and tart flavors that make Just Jonathan a delectable choice. We only use our apples in our sauces and add nothing else – no sweeteners and no preservatives.
Picked at its peak of flavor! Sweet and fragrant, the Gala apple gives this sauce its incomparable complex fruit flavor. Just like fine wine, Gala Gala has many nuances—we love its deliciously subtle hints of banana and pineapple. We use only the apples we grow in our sauces and add nothing else. The Gala, a small apple with enormous flavor, thrives on our farm in western Colorado where the days are hot and bright and the mountain nights are cool.
Full of crisp, sweet flavor! Fuji develops its full taste late in the fall. We make this applesauce late in the season when the Fuji has reached its perfect peak of flavor—often harvesting it just before a hard freeze. The Fuji loves our Indian summer days and chilly nights of western Colorado, and uses our full growing season to develop its luscious taste. We use only the apples we grow in our sauces and add nothing else!
Due to the spring frost that resulted in an extremely small Fuji crop for 2015, we are sold out of Fully Fuji until the 2016 crop comes in in late October.