A variety of apple which is "ugly but sweet," to quote my plant biotechnology professor. When they were originally marketed in the United States they were all green like Granny Smiths. However, consumption was low, probably because people associated their green color with sour/tart apples. Other cultivars were developed which had more of a rosy blush and the Fuji grew in popularity, apparently because people were more able to accept such sweetness from a redder apple. Characteristically, Fujis are very crispand crunchy, extremely sweet and juicy, and have a green skin that can be mostly dominated by a red blush to a striated combination of red and pale green.

and sometimes you can find a poop worm elfie named samwise inside.

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