AMHERST, Mass. -- The New England MacIntosh Growers Association here has created a consumer education brochure to help answer frequently asked questions regarding New England grown apples. The eight panel, four-color brochure, called "Taste New England Apples," provides consumers with storage and handling tips as well as sample pictures, variety descriptions and cooking ideas. The brochure is currently being made available through local retail produce departments, including those in Big Y ...

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