Redlove: The World's First Red-Fleshed Apple
At first glance, it may look like a bright red tomato, but upon closer inspection and a bite, you'll realize that it's just a red-fleshed apple. According to scientists, this variety is not only tasty (similar to berries), "it is even healthier than your average apple as its red flesh is richer in antioxidants."
- The Redlove is the result of 20 years of painstaking work by Markus Kobert, a Swiss fruit grower. He has cross-pollinated a number of varieties - including one that has pink flesh but no taste - to come up with the Redlove.