Granny Smith apples are available in most supermarkets; they were originally cultivated in Australia in 1868 and have a bright green skin that is often speckled with faint white lenticels (spots).
Granny Smith apples are medium to large in size and have a round shape. They are a firm and juicy apple with thick skin. Their flesh is bright white and crisp in texture with a tart, acidic, yet subtly sweet flavor. Granny Smith apples grown in colder climates will often have a yellow to pink blush. See the nutritional information below: