East Anglia Produce, Apples from Suffolk

East Anglian Apples

The Perfect Climate

Varieties of Suffolk Apples

With a temperate climate on the drier side of England, the low-lying countryside of East of England is well placed for the cultivation of apples and Autumn in the perfect time to enjoy this humble fruit. The East of England Apples and Orchard Project works to protect our Norfolk and Suffolk apple varieties. Do you know your Admiral from your St Edmund's Russet?

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Local Apple Products

Pressed Apple

Although delicious enjoyed in their natural form, there are several cider and juice manufacturers worth visiting for more apple-based delights.  For suffolk cider check out Aspall and for Norfolk cider, Whin Hill on the North Norfolk coast at Wells-next-the-sea. Or take a trip to Ashill Fruit Farm in Thetford which produces its own range of delicious cloudy apple juice. But if you are not in the region you can still buy delicious apple Norfolk juice online..

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Pick your own

Picked apples

If you want to pick your own apples and enjoy them fresh from the tree head over to White House Farm, Dove Orchards or Hillfield Farm in Norfolk. For more Orchards you can visit, click below!

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Apple Days

Apple Day

Apple Days are a celebration are a celebration of the humble fruit and yopromote the importance of heritage apples, orchards and especially those that originate in the East of England.  There are many apple day events taking place accross East Anglia and the rest of the UK including Oxburgh Hall and Gressenhall.

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