Sainsbury Jazzes it up Sainsbury will be the first supermarket to stock commercial volumes of the Jazz apple, developed in New Zealand. The chain will be selling four-packs in an overwrapped tray for £1.99 in 100 stores for four weeks commencing June 4 as part of its Taste the Difference range. Sainsbury apple buyer Marcus Hoggarth said the bicoloured fruit, a Braeburn/ Royal Gala cross, ripens a week before Braeburn. "It has exceptional eating quality and fits very well into our range," he added. "We will be selling the largest proportion of the limited volume." Jazz is marketed exclusively by Enza New Zealand, and by Worldwide Fruit in the UK. {{FRESH PRODUCE }}