Jazz beats Rubens to Tastiest Apple title at National Fruit Show

Jazz apples from Kent grower Chandler & Dunn took the Tastiest Apple title at the National Fruit Show in Kent yesterday.

Two runners-up places were taken by Rubens apples from F J Adams & Son and A R Neaves & Son. Rubens has held the title for the past two years.

The Tastiest Tomato title went to Cheryl baby tomatoes from Flavourfresh Salads of Merseyside.

In soft fruit, Herefordshire grower AJ & CI Snell took best in class for both its Windsor everbearer strawberries and its Maravilla raspberries. T Chambers took the blackberry class.

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