The 2013 apple crop is projected to top 30 million bushels, a record year for the state of Michigan. The overabundance of apples is driving prices down at local superstores, as store owners can’t get them off the shelves fast enough.
Michigan apples are generally sold fresh. However, a large number of them will be going into storage this year.
To get an idea of how the crop is affecting local industries local growers and vendors, view the complete story below: