New apple variety developed by Dr. John Cline may juice up cider industry

Posted on Friday, March 10th, 2023

A hand holds a small, bright red apple with red flesh where the skin is cut away
Providence is a crab apple with crimson-coloured flesh that produces crimson-coloured juice when processed or fermented.

The U of G researcher's work started in 2001 at the Simcoe site of the Ontario Crops Research Centre. The new apple variety, called Providence, holds promise for the cider industry.

Read the story: New apple variety at U of G may juice up cider industry

News Archive