Loved the world over for their sweet and tangy flavour, JAZZ apples are now sporting a new look that shows you can't compare apples with apples.

First born in beautiful New Zealand orchards following a natural union of Royal Gala and Braeburn varieties, JAZZ apples have become a global phenomenon sixteen years later. They are now grown in ten counties under a closely controlled quality growing programme, managed by trademark owner and one of New Zealand's largest horticulture exporter, T&G Global (formerly Turners and Growers).

JAZZ marketing manager NZ at T&G, Michelle Singh, said feedback from JAZZ fans shows they love knowing they're buying a consistent, quality apple. "Some people may think the only difference between apples is their taste and colour, but the beauty of a JAZZ apple is more than skin-deep," said Singh.

"JAZZ apples have grown in popularity, especially among taste-seekers who appreciate real food and busy parents seeking natural, consistent quality nutrition for their children. What also makes JAZZ so special is its naturally durable firm skin, dense flesh and versatility. It's equally delicious fresh, in salads and cooked in desserts.A healthy choice on the go, JAZZ apples offer reliable goodness and are perfect for lunchboxes."