The 'Granny Smith' cultivar originated in Eastwood, New South Wales, Australia in 1868 is a deep green colour, bright and shiny fruit. Its flesh is very juicy, crunchy, with its slightly sour flavor, is compact and energy. Due to its pleasantly sour taste It can also be eaten in salads. It contains only 38 calories per 100 grams. It is free of cholesterol, and can also be consumed by diabetics. If eaten with the peel helps in reduce the accumulation of fat and therefore facilitates to lose weight. Thanks to the anti-inflammatory substances contained in it reduces allergies and asthma.