(Minneapolis, MN) — The University of Minnesota is introducing a new kind of apple to the world. It has a crisp, juicy texture sort of like a Honeycrisp but with tropical overtones. The apple breeding program at U of M has been around for more than a century. This is their 29th variety of apple MN33, and it will be available to consumers under the brand name Kudos in the next few years. The program’s most famous apple, the Honeycrisp, was developed in 1960.