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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Everfresh puts “hand-picked” apple juices on shelves throughout Michigan - each from select types of apples

Everfresh introduces Premier Varietals
What if you could pick your apple juice according to what your favorite apple is? Macintosh, Fuji, Granny Smith, Honey Crisp, Golden Delicious – sound good?
Thanks to Everfresh, a product of the Sundance Beverage Company and part of the National Beverage family of Michigan’s very own, Faygo, you can now “hand pick” your apple juice.
Each of the apple juices from their Premier Line is specific to one of five different types of apples. 100% juice and 100% all natural, Everfresh picked five of the most popular apples for their Premier line of apple juices.
Granny Smith – Discovered in Australia in the 1860s; the most instantly recognized of all apples; light green in color, with a tough skin; high level of antioxidants.
McIntosh – Discovered in Ontario in the early 19th century; crisp, red apple with refreshing sweet flavor; commonly used in apple sauce, cider and pies.
Honey Crisp – Developed at the University of Minnesota in the early 1960s; crisp and predominately sweet.
Golden Delicious – Discovered by a West Virginia farmer at the end of the 19th century; favorite apple for salads, apple sauce and apple butter.
Fuji – Developed in Japan in the 1940s; cross between Red Delicious and Ralls Janet; crisp, sweet flavor.
Sold in 12-ounce glass bottles, Everfresh Premier Varietals are available in the produce section at select retailers throughout Michigan.
To read more about Everfresh Premier Varietals, visit their website at
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