New Zealand apples are famous for being among the finest, juciest, most flavoursome eating apples in the world.
And Luv’ya are among the best from new zealand.
All our apples are grown in our own orchards right here in this sunny, temporate region at the top of New Zealands South Island.
Here we take particular pride in our exacting applecraft to make sure we get the best apples in the world into your hands.
14 Exceptional varieties of apples and pears. Some of them unique.
As far as we’re concerned it’s all about the quality of the apple, so we created the integrated quality (I.Q.) process.
This allows us to carefully manage every single step of an apple’s life, with the sole aim of deliver the perfect New Zealand apple, every time.
The Heartland Group is made up of two separate businesses.
Both have “love apples” as their original and all important brandvalue
Luv’ya Fruit looks after our offshore apple business. Its primary objective is to look after all of our international clients and supplying the best of New Zealand apples to the world.
Heartland Group NZ supplies apples to the South Island of New Zealand. We aim to consistently provide product that meets all your expectations and makes you forever loyal to our Love apple brand. Heartland Group also produced all our fruit.
Based in Nelson, New Zealand, The Heartland Group is a vertically integrated business structure. This means we know our apples intimately – we carefully watch, tend and nurture them through every step of their lives to ensure they arrive in your hands in perfect condition.
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Our 11 apple varieties include all the traditional eating favourites along with some exciting new varieties.
Cox Orange Pippin
The same philosophy of love apples is applied to Luv’ya pears.
All our pears are consistently delicious and deliciously crisp.
Doyenne du Comice
Luv’ya Apples are best eaten fresh and crisp.
But they are also great in a recipe. Try these
Eat your apple with the skin on – almost half of the vitamin C content is just underneath the skin. Eating the skin also increases your insoluble fibre intake which is great roughage to add to your diet. Plus the amount of tannin in an apple skin may help to prevent periodontal or gum disease.