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Why are so many people choosing Opal apples?

  • Crispy, Flavorful & Sweet.

    These sunny fruits are like no other! Opals are beautifully bright yellow with a distinctively crunchy texture and a sweet, tangy flavor.

  • The Apple That Gives Back.

    Taste the difference and make a difference with Opal® apples. We sponsor the Youth Make a Difference initiative to address food issues in local communities.

  • Naturally Non-Browning.

    Opal® apples won't brown after cutting. So an Opal a day will keep your salads - and your kids' lunchboxes - crisp and fresh!

  • Certified Organic.

    Opal® apples are grown both organically and conventionally. While apples can be organic without the certification, Opal® goes the extra mile for its customers.

  • Non-GMO.

    Opal® apples are Non-GMO Project verified. They are the first U.S. apple variety to be verified by the Non-GMO Project, the only independent verification in North America for non-GMO food.

Find Opal apples in a store near you!

Opal® apples are available at select locations across the USA and Canada. Check here or call ahead to a store near you to ensure availability - supplies may vary by store. Opal® apples are seasonal, so once they're gone, they're gone! So find them, eat them and enjoy Opal® apples while you can!

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Growing Opal

FirstFruits Farms is a recognized leader in the apple industry, and for over 25 years has been one of the largest privately owned apple orchards in the United States with more than 6,000 acres of apples and cherries.

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Make a Difference

Opal® is known as the apple with a purpose. We seek to build holistic, sustainable community by empowering members to put their dreams into action and then serve those most in need within their community. The Opal® Apple Youth Make a Difference initiative will award Opal apples in 27-pound fundraising cases delivered to youth-based initiatives serving their communities in the U.S. where youth, ages 6 – 25, take leadership roles in the initiative and in fundraising activities

Join The Cause