2020 Eat a Red Apple Day

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National Eat a Red Apple Day is observed annually on December 1.

As the old adage goes, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, and today is a perfect time to put that theory to taste.

Eat a Red Apple Day is today.  We hope you eat an apple today, and every day.

Apples are delicious. Apples are nutritious. That's a great combination. Apples date back to the garden of Eden. In that garden, the Bible tells us it was the "Forbidden fruit".

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It is really easy to participate in this special day. There are thousands of varieties of apples grown all over the planet. Your mission today, is to pick an apple among all of these varieties, and eat it.

A little apple trivia: The science of growing apples is called pomology.

An apple is both delicious and nutritious.  With over 7,500 varieties of apples and over 7.5% of the worlds production coming from the USA, apples are widely available.

Celebrate this special day. Select a juicy piece of the "Forbidden fruit" and have a happy Eat a Red Apple Day

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