Apple Day, 21 October, was launched in 1990 by Common
Ground. The aspiration was to create a calendar custom, an autumn
From the start, Apple Day was intended to be both a celebration and a demonstration of the variety we are in danger of losing, not simply in apples, but in the richness and diversity of landscape, ecology and culture too. It has also played a part in raising awareness in the provenance and traceability of food.
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