The world’s biggest food producer is reportedly planning to grow apple, pear, apple butter, and apple cider in the UK.
According to the BBC, Apple has secured a licence to plant apple, apple cider and pear trees in the country, in partnership with the Daleside Agricultural Estate, the farm that owns the land on which it is to be built.
This will allow the company to grow more apples and increase the acreage of its apple and apple butter farms, while at the same time raising the yield of the crops that will be grown.
In the US, farmers are already planting apples, and cider, but the British plan to grow apples, cider, and pear in the fields of their own land will likely be seen as a major boost to the British economy.
The Dalesiders are currently growing apples in the farmlands of the Isle of Wight, but they hope to grow the same crops in the US and abroad.
According the BBC:In the UK, apple and pear growers are already growing apples, apple juice and cider on their own farms, and will soon be able to grow them as well.
This is a development that has been promised by the Darlingside estate, which owns the area around the apple farm, and the Apple Farmers’ Association, which has been lobbying the government for the project.
Apple is already planning to sell apple and cider in its stores.
But it is not clear when it plans to actually sell them.
Apple has also started to develop new products in the United States, with its first foray into apple juice came last year.
Apple Juice Company has been testing its new products for about a year, and in March announced it would be expanding its line of apple juices to include other fruit juices and non-alcoholic teas.
This news comes just days after Apple reported a $1.5 billion profit, a figure that was up on a year ago.