Red Love

Red Love is an apple, with a deep-pink, almost red, inner flesh, with a faint white rim around the core. Its aroma is deep and sweet and long lasting, like a passion perfume.

Sweet and sour, beautiful and romantic, a love symbol. Its taste is crisp with a hint of berries, high resistance to scab, deep pink long-lasting blossom, good for eating raw and for cooking.

Its shape is perfectly formed and round, when you cut it in half reminds you the shape of a heart. It has firm crimson and unique red fresh skin. It’s also considered as a super food, because of the high antioxidant content.

This is one of our five varieties.

Flora fresh apples, are growing in the slopes of Pelister mountain, in the city of Bitola in North Macedonia. Apples which grow among the mountains, have more natural sugars, and this is very important for the body energy and of course for a better mood.

Red Love is an apple, famous for its sweet and sour taste, we highly recommend it for an ideal fruit salad and for a healthy diet.
You can eat it between your main meals or add it to your breakfast.

A nice recipe is to add slices of a RED LOVE apple, mixer with some milk and some ice and create an amazing vivid red smoothie.

You can also make an apple pie which is an ideal snack for your family.

Also remember their benefits, for example a medium apple, offers the following nutrients:

  • Carbs: 25 grams
  • Fiber: 4 grams
  • Vitamin C: 14% of the Reference Daily Intake
  • Potassium: 6% of the Reference Daily Intake
  • Vitamin K: 5% of the Reference Daily Intake

What’s more, the same serving provides 2–4% of the RDI for manganese, copper, and the vitamins A, E, B1, B2, and B6.

Apples are also a rich source of polyphenols. While nutrition labels don’t list these plant compounds, they’re likely responsible for many of the health benefits.

To get the most out of apples, leave the skin on, it contains half of the fiber and many of the polyphenols.

So what’s better than a crunchy RED LOVE?

You should give a try.

Varieties

  1. Kordia
  2. Ferrovia
  3. Regina