Famous Canadian Food Products

McIntosh Apples
Description small, round, red berries crunchy, red apples tall, golden grain
Uses served with turkey dinners, crushed into juice eaten whole, made into juice, apple pie crushed into flour, baked into bread
Where is it produced? British Columbia B.C., Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Washington State Canadian Prairies, U.S.
Why is it special? use of wet-harvest method all apples are descended from one original tree - hearty strain produced in 1909
- major Canadian export