Gala (apple)

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Malus domestica 'Gala'
Malus-Gala.jpg
SpeciesMalus domestica
Hybrid parentage'Kidd's Orange Red' × 'Golden Delicious'
CultivarGala
OriginNew Zealand New Zealand, 1930s[1]

Gala is a variety of eating and cooking apple. This variety is crisp, juicy and sweet. The skin color of the fruit is non-uniform. It usually has a red skin that can have some additional yellow color. The gala apple was created in New Zealand by crossing Kidd’s orange red and golden delicious apples.[2]

In the United States, it was projected in 2019 to be the most highly produced apple variety.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Gala", National Fruit Collection, retrieved 31 October 2015
  2. "Gala".

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