Healthy, tasty, nutritious Dried Wild Apple – try this favourite snack from the NorthEast. Wild apples have been found in the hilly states of the NorthEast for at least the past 200 years. These apples are about a third the size of the regular apples we eat as they are not domesticated. They look and taste very similar to crab apples, with a bitter-sour taste. They may not be appealing to eat right off the tree but the nutritional value of these apples is very high as they have a whole host of vitamins and minerals and essential acids which work as appetisers. The indigenous hill people have always included them in their diet, eating them raw, sliced with salt and chilly or by preserving them in sugar and then drying them. In this packet, you’ll find the dried version of the wild apples preserved in sugar with no added preservatives.