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Apple will be bringing back the Apple Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Line, a new line of fresh fruit and vegetables that the company hopes will offer a more convenient, fresher experience.

AppleFresh has been available at grocery stores since 2012, and the brand is being brought back to stores as part of a deal between the company and grocery chains like Whole Foods and Target.

AppleFresh is currently only available at Whole Foods Market and the popular Whole Foods Express stores.

Apple says the new apple fruit line will offer fresh apples from apples grown in its backyard and will include “fresh apples, peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, and raspberries.”

The new line will also include fresh tomatoes, green onions, celery, cucumbers, peppers, and onions.

Apple has been testing its apple fruit and vegetable line in markets like California, Georgia, Ohio, and Texas.

The company says the apples are fresh enough to eat, and it will be adding fresh fruit to its grocery store and convenience store shelves.

Apple is also testing a fresh apple fruit juice line that is also now available.

Apple Fresh fruit and veg juices will be available for $3.99 per 6-ounce bottle at WholeFood Market and Target stores.