Get ready for a new kind of apple. It's called Cosmic Crisp, and farmers in Washington state, who grow 70 percent of the country's apples, are planting these trees by the millions. The apples themselves, dark red in color with tiny yellow freckles, will start showing up in stores in the fall of 2019.
Scott McDougall is one of the farmers who's making a big bet on Cosmic Crisp.
"It goes back to believing in the apple," he says.
"You believe?" I ask.
"I believe!" he says, and chuckles.