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  • Apple varieties such as braeburn apples, which never used to survive in the UK, are already pushing out more traditional types.

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  • I used a mix of golden delicious, braeburn and granny smith this time.

    an apple pie tale | smitten kitchen

  • The apple juice was the perfect thing to have when we got up this morning - you can really taste the braeburn apples.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • It is also far less juicy, producing about 600 litres of juice per tonne of fruit, compared with 800 litres produced by the gala or braeburn.

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  • Symbol that humanity has, since Eve wolfed down that lovely braeburn, been awaiting.

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  • Australian consumption is low 6 to 9 kilograms of apples a head a year, compared with New Zealand's 18kg and Australians do not have the Kiwi braeburn or Pacific series of apples.

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  • Plenty of fresh veg including sprout tops, which I have never tried before and some braeburn apples that were huge like something out of Snow White!

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  • He was optimistic this season because of the reduced volume of braeburn that it would be able to sell the crop and get reasonable returns.

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  • Last year had been a bigger challenge for Nelson growers than Hawke's Bay because the market for jazz and braeburn had not performed well, he said.

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  • This year the braeburn apple crop is expected to be down 30 per cent and royal gala 15 per cent.

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