How it all began

John Cripps is the heroic plant-breeder who created the first ever Pink Lady® apple in Australia in 1973. Mr Cripps had the idea to ingeniously, and naturally, cross a Golden Delicious and a Lady William. And so, the Pink Lady® apple was born, the fruit of a love affair between two apple varieties.

John Cripps

We don't rush the blush

Pink Lady® apples are always the first to blossom and last to be harvested, each one soaking up 200 days of sunshine. It’s this generous growing time on the tree that gives Pink Lady® its gorgeous rosy blush.

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From blossom to harvest, watch as our apples flourish in their extra hours of sunshine. All the sun adds to their wonderfully irresistible fizz.

Passport to the Perfect Apple

We’ve searched the world over for the perfect places to cultivate delicious Pink Lady® apples. Today, we have orchards in France, Spain, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Chile and Argentina. These regions boast the best climate and soil quality for producing world-class wines, and of course, your favourite Pink Lady® apples.

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Apples with heart

Not just any old apple can become a Pink Lady®. Only the best are selected, hand-picked and given the Pink Lady® seal of approval: our pink, heart-shaped sticker, so you know you’re getting an authentic, premium apple every time.

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