In a Crowded Apple Market, Bet on Winners Like SweeTango

With this year’s U.S. apple crop projected to be even larger than last year’s crop, how can retailers cut through the noise to maximize their apple sales? Kick off your apple season with proven, perennial winners like SweeTango® – its great eating experience, huge fan base and coordinated marketing support make it a sure bet for retailers, the apple’s growers say. SweeTangos will start shipping from across the country shortly after Labor Day, they report.

“Best Ever Eating” Sweetango Crop Starts Shipping Post-Labor Day

SweeTango® apple growers and packers are universally singing the praises of this year’s crop, and urging retailers to place orders now to take advantage of the brand’s marketing plans. Fruit will start shipping right after Labor Day, SweeTango sales desks report.

Amazing Apples in August: This Month Marks the Start of Minnesota Apple Season

August 26, 2022 Minnesota Grown

Minnesotans don’t have to wait until early fall for the crisp, juicy apples our state is known for growing. Early season apple varieties such as First Kiss®, SweeTango®, Zestar!® and RiverBelle are already available at orchards, grocery stores and farmers markets across Minnesota. These varieties are ripe for the picking up to four weeks sooner than Minnesota’s most famous apple, Honeycrisp, marking the first fresh, local apples since last year’s crop.

Stemilt Launches New Sustainable EZ Band Package for Rave and SweeTango Apples

August 22, 2022 Stemilt

Stemilt will launch its new EZ Band sustainable 4-pack package for Rave® and SweeTango apples this fall to offer consumers a recyclable packaging option and drive sales of larger-sized fruit with a convenient grab-and-go design. Stemilt Marketing Director, Brianna Shales, explains how the EZ Band is the first-of-its-kind in the United States and easy on the shopper, retailer, and the earth.

Stemilt kicks off SweeTango Apple Season in Washington State

August 23, 2021 Stemilt

Stemilt is kicking off the SweeTango® apple season this week with harvest in central Washington.