Apples produce a natural wax coating, but an additional food-grade wax is sometimes applied, because it increases the shelf life of the fruit.
Apples produce a natural wax coating, but an additional food-grade wax is sometimes applied, because it increases the shelf life of the fruit. KATHY KMONICEK New York Times
Apples produce a natural wax coating, but an additional food-grade wax is sometimes applied, because it increases the shelf life of the fruit. KATHY KMONICEK New York Times

WSU Extension Q&A: Why do grocery store apples have wax coating?

October 04, 2015 01:54 AM