The crispy apple in the world has been found to grow in Hawke Bay. The record-
Delicious fruit companies in the north of Havelock plant sweet apples.
New Zealand reality show "Bachelor star Art Green" has struggled to enter the world record in the official Guinness World Record --
Recorded activity in Auckland last week.
With outstanding 79.
1db, measured by certified sound engineers on the Bruel & Kjaer 2250 sound level meter, Green crunches to the top.
The minimum requirement to create a new Guinness world record for Apple's loudest squeak is 75 db.
It's just a few decibels smaller than the sound of an 80db doorbell or 85db mixer.
Green has fresh apples delivered to his doorstep almost every day to prepare for the world --record attempt.
"I have been trying a variety of technologies.
It all comes down to the size of the fruit and the bite.
"It's a challenge to find out if smaller apples make larger sounds and how different their temperatures are.
This is the science Apple is best at, he said.
He concluded that a frozen, Medium
The Apple made the biggest noise.
More than 10 years ago, the delicious fruit company discovered the great success of the sweet fruit in the United States and is now an exclusive grower in New Zealand.
They have 150,000 sweet fruit apple trees on the ground.
Paul Paynter, general manager of delicious fruit, said earlier, no.
An official, scientific attempt to measure the Apple crisis.
"However, these are not human attempts, and of course they are not in the official soundproofing environment.
The record confirms what he has always known, he said.
"In a world of soft, mushy apples or hard, hard-to-penetrate apples, sweet fruit really stands out.
Sweet and sweet fruits are crispy, he says, because they have huge horn cells that break very strangely.
"Art is also very good --
This seems to be an advantage.
"Some Apple cells become soft and round, and your teeth seem to slip past them like a knife through a ball bearing.
"He said this happens when you eat a mealy apple and everyone knows what the experience looks like.
"Sweet fruit also has huge cells, about twice as many as regular apples, meaning more juice and a light, ethereal eating experience.