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  1. 100% Apple Cider Is The Sip Of The Season
    Date: October 12, 2005
    Source: The Morning Call

    "Pouring a class of cider is one of the best ways to toast the cooler weather and the arrival of a new season. The rich, deeply golden drink, pressed from a harvest of scarlet, green and yellow apples, is as much a part of autumn as pumpkins, Indian corn and colorful mums."

  2. 90% Thanks To Johnny Appleseed
    Date: October 30, 2006
    Source: The Epoch Times

    "Who doesn't love apples? Or hot cinnamon-spiced apple cider? Or luscious apple pie topped with creamy vanilla ice cream, for that matter.Apples are definitely at the center of the pick-your-..."

  3. 41% Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Apple Harvest
    Date: September 19, 2012
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Buy this photo Jan Bailey, left, of the Elder Stubbs Heritage Orchard and Phil Milner, a member of the Restore Garden group, with some of the apples damaged by the weather Apple growers, cider producers and orchard owners across the county say their harvest is one of the worst they can remember."

  4. 41% Orchards Face Apple Shortage Due To Temperatures
    Date: October 03, 2012
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Phil Rymsha is turning away apple-picking and cider-drinking hopefuls at his orchard in Harvard, Mass., because there simply aren't enough apples on his trees."

  5. 15% Troy - Apples, Apples And More Apples.
    Date: October 20, 2005
    Source: The Daily Review

    "Troy Area School District observed the Second Annual Great Pennsylvania Apple Crunch Wednesday with a variety of activities revolving around the most archetypal of fruits - the apple. Neighboring Canton Area School District also held a day of activities centered on the edible red orb."

  6. 13% Comparing Apples -- With Apples
    Date: October 05, 2006
    Source: Anchorage Daily News

    "Anyone who is concerned about eating genetically modified food should put down the nearest apple and walk away. Of course that would be a shame because apples represent a great nutritional package and they can go anywhere."

  7. 13% Pda Participates In The Great Pa Apple Crunch
    Date: October 13, 2004
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "PDA Participates in the Great PA Apple Crunch PDA and the Apple Marketing Board participated in the Great PA Apple Crunch on Wednesday, when elementary students across PA crunched into apples during lunchtime. The event was held in conjunction with National School Lunch Week and sponsored by PA Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (PANA) to establish healthy eating habits among children. The Apple Marketing Board provided information to teachers and students about the role apples play in a healthy diet. PDA will partner with PANA again on March 17 for "Go for the Greens" when PA green beans, broccoli and salad will be promoted to students K-12."

  8. 12% Remote Weather Stations Give Farmers Timely Advice
    Date: July 11, 2008
    Source: AP via Yahoo! News

    " For apple growers like Abby Jacobson, making or losing money depends as much on what they don't do as what they do."

  9. 12% Weather Stations Give Farmers Timely Tips
    Date: July 25, 2008
    Source: The News Journal

    "DETROIT -- For apple growers like Abby Jacobson, making or losing money depends as much on what they don't do as what they do."

  10. 12% Skagit Orchards Fight Rivals With Juice
    Date: December 08, 2008
    Source: bizjournals Agriculture:General headlines

    "Three Skagit County orchardists believe they’ve found a way to compete against cheap imported apple juice: Emphasize the local. "

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