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Creston, the new apple of Loblaw's eye

The all-Canadian apple is sold only at Loblaws in Ontario

After more than a decade, there's a new apple in town called the Creston. It was made in Canada.

It is exclusively available for a limited time only in Ontario Loblaws' stores–there's only 2,000 bushels.

The apple was first developed in B.C. almost 15 years ago as part of a fruit breeding program.

It's now grown by Chudleigh's, a farm in Milton, Ont. The apple is described as crunchy, juicy and sweet.

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