Australian apple growers seek maturity standard

11/21/2013 | ABC (Australia)

Apple growers in Western Australia are pushing for mandatory maturity standards for their fruit, similar to rules already in place for table grapes, which will help ensure consumers don't get the fruit before it's ready. "Out of this situation, no one really loses. It's just a matter of growers just waiting a few more days until the sugars come up. So there's no losers, other than us if we don't get it right," said grower Harvey Giblett.

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