When you're this good they call you Envy.
Envy. A break away from the everyday.
Day after day, whether in blazing sun, pouring rain, biting cold, and blowing wind, our dedicated growers remain passionate about their Envy apples.
You see, the more we live the way we do, the more of us search for a little parcel of purity. A perfect piece of nature. A time when life was quieter and maybe a little gentler. (And where an ingredients list wasn’t 12 lines long.)
Envy is the antidote – bite and believe!
It’s an apple grown for our busy, modern lives. A pure and pristine apple that’s a genuine work of orchard-growing genius. And one you can enjoy just about anywhere. With its extraordinary crunch and texture, refreshingly sweet palette and beautiful colours – it’s nature’s passport to a magical moment of indulgent time. Brought to you from the world’s most caring growers.
Across both hemispheres, over three continents, enthusiastic orchard growers take a special pride in their Envy apples, which are grown with just the right amount of balance and patience. They’re wonderfully healthy, but they taste like a treat. They’re guilt free, yet a good chunky size. With a crunch that invigorates the sense, and an aroma, flavour and taste that offer a sublime moment of escape in the busiest, most demanding of days. (It’s little wonder apple growers are lining up to grow them!).
Enza growers in these quiet rural communities share the same environmentally purposeful growing techniques that are the envy of our industry.
Mark GoresLAKE CHELAN, WASHINGTON
"It’s all about the lake and the environment. The lake goes back into the Cascades for 55 miles. It’s all glacier-fed. The snow melts and continues to be pristine.”
"I’m 58 and I’ve been in this business all my life. And I’m lucky enough to be involved with the beginnings of new varieties. We’re right on Lake Chelan, and the water is from a glacier. If you look off the end of my dock the water’s 10 or 12 feet deep, but you can see the bottom. It’s clear, like a swimming pool. On Sundays I'll take my dog and walk up the same hill I’ve been walking up since I was 6 years old and just look at...
Finding Envy this week
88 people are seeking Envy and 7 people have found it.