The Honeycrisp apple is a variety of apple with a fantastic flavor and texture. It was created by the University of Minnesota in 1950, as part of its long-term breeding program to develop new disease-resistant varieties. In 1998, the trademarked name Honeycrisp was approved for commercial use. The Honeycrisp® apple is crisp with juicy flesh that doesn’t brown quickly after slicing. We can find them all year round at most grocery stores.
Honeycrisp apples are the types of apple developed at the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. It is so sweet, firm and tart that we enjoy eating it. It is not good for store or sell or exportation. It has come from the species named as Malus domestica. It has cultivater named as honeycrisp. It is also seen as very much expensive in many countries. However, it is not generally found in our country.