What the Cosmic Crisp means for the apple industry.
One apple farmer in Washington state shares his concerns about the trade war with Mexico.
The 20 percent tariff on U.S. apple exports will have huge effects on Washington's apple industry.
Patrick Smith of Loftus Ranches says trade wars disproportionately impact U.S. farmers.
Researchers from Cornell University found slicing apples boosts consumption by 70 percent.
Investors who are worried about inflation have been pouring money into commodities like gold, silver and wheat. But what is a commodity, anyway? And why are they considered a good investment for inflation hawks?
China grows eight times as many apples as the U.S., and supplies most of the concentrate used to make apple juice here. But as more Chinese can afford fresh apples, concentrate prices are soaring.