Apple has confirmed that canned fruit will be available in the US for purchase starting November 8.
The company’s online store lists canned fruit, apples, oranges, lemons, cranberries and grapefruit as some of the products that are currently available for purchase.
Apple’s canned fruit is already available in Canada and the US, but this is the first time that canned fruits will be offered in the country outside of China.
Apple has been under fire for a long time over its handling of the canned fruit issue.
Earlier this year, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that Apple is “doing a lot of work” on canned fruit issues and the company has taken steps to ensure that it is available in China.
The US Food and Drug Administration has been investigating whether Apple should have been more proactive in its efforts to ensure its products are available in stores.
It recently issued a warning to the company that it would have to review its products for “preservative residue” in China, and it will “take action if the FDA determines that a product has not complied with the safety standards required under federal law.”
The FDA’s action was prompted by concerns that Apple had not taken steps in the past to ensure products were safe before entering the US.
In September, Apple announced that it had closed its factory in China to make its products in the United States.
Apple has since opened a new facility in the city of Shenzhen.
Apple did not respond to a request for comment.