Utah annually produces many tons of apples that never reach the consumer. These apples remain on the farm for various rwasons: (1) because there are not adequate marketing facilities, (2) because the fruit is of inferior quality, (3) because orchard units are too small for buyers to consider, and (4) because home orchards are so large that the crop cannot be utilized. On the other hand, apples of inferior quality go to the market alongside apples of high quality. The result is a lowering of the price of apples in general and dissatisfaction on the part of the retailer and consumer because some of the apples are inferior.
Abell, T. H., "Bulletin No. 179 - Apple Candy: A Commercial Use for Cull Apples" (1921). UAES Bulletins. Paper 145.