A 'real apple store' has been opened in Borough Market, mocking the famous brand, and to mark the area's 1000th birthday this year.
Apples of all shapes and sizes were put on display from all over the world this weekend. Over 1200 people visited, many queueing outside to see what all the fuss was about.
Over 1000 of the oldest, rarest and most loved British apple varieties were on display for the public - one even tasting like pineapple.
Varieties also included the unattractive Knobby Russet, which is covered in knobbles, also the Robston Pippin, a favourite of Charles Dickens.
The world’s oldest known apple, Court Pendu Plat, which was introduced by the Romans and still flourishes today, was displayed in a prestigious Perspex box whilst 999 other varieties were presented on sleek white plinths and shelving units.
It was all part of Borough Market's annual Apple Day, to celebrate the launch of the seasonal harvest.