Himachal is known worldwide for its variety of apples and has earned the nicknames as the “Apple State” and the “Apple Garden of India.” The Shimla apple industry attracts thousands of international tourists and locals, and they come together to visit orchards, pick apples, and, of course, sample the fruits.
Fun Facts: The first European apples were brought to India by British colonialists in the 1800s, but Samuel Evan Stokes was credited as the first person to cultivate apple trees in Shimla. He planted red and golden delicious trees in Thanedar, Shimla, and sold them to the public in 1926.
Apples are a rich source of Iron, vitamin C, dietery fibre, flavonoids and antioxidants.
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