Pick an Orignal
sNova Scota Apples
header.pngheaderbanner.png

Welcome to the Nova Scotia Fruit Growers' Association Web Site.


This web site is your online source for Nova Scotia apple information. Here you will find information for consumers, retailers, growers, kids, and teachers - plus tasty recipes for everybody!

Some of the finest apples in the world are grown in the beautiful seacoast province of Nova Scotia.

redbutton.gifredbutton.gifredbutton.gif

Recipe Box

Nutrition Table

Teachers Resource Kits

Everyone loves to eat fresh Nova Scotia apples and pears, but why stop there? These two fruits are so versatile they can make almost any dish special! From the dessert classics to soups, salads, appetizers, and main dishes - you name it! These are recipes that are sure to satisfy!


CLICK HERE

It seems good old mom was right! Apples are a nutritious and delicious way to live a better life. Bite into some great news on the benefits of apples, fantastic eating recommendations, new research developments and some yummy low fat Nova Scotia Apple recipes!


CLICK HERE

This section of the Nova Scotia Apples web site provides material designed to assist teachers instruct their students about apples. The material is quite extensive and covers grades primary to eight.


CLICK HERE

Serving the Industry for 150 years - 1863 - 2013

Released:  The publication, "Comfort me with apples: Nova Scotia Fruit Growers' Association 1863-2013" by Dr. Julian Gwyn.  Buy your copy at the Scotian Gold Country Store in Coldbrook, NS. 

RECIPES from the Kilted Chef!
Salted Caramel Apple Poutine &

Apple Pie Smoothie

advisory:  verification of Tree removal due to fire blight damage

 

The NS Fruit Growers’ Association has made a request for AgriRecovery, which includes recovery aid for trees damaged by fire blight.

 

Before removing any trees that have been damaged by fire blight, they must be verified in order to be eligible for aid, should our request be successful.

 

The Province is in the process of determining the particulars of the verification process.

 

You are advised to wait to remove fire blight damaged trees until the verification process is in place.

 

We will advise via email and on our website when this occurs.

Home
All About N.S. Apples
Apples & Your Health
Kids & Teachers
Fruit Growing
Marketing Information
Our Organization
NSFGA Members Area
NSFGA Annual Orchard Tours
NSFGA Newsletters
What's New & More
Contact Us