There are a lot of potential answers to this one. One is that apples might be in season in the Southern Hemisphere but out of season in Northern, so apples grown there are less easy to come by and therefore more expensive. Maybe the store you were at ordered too many New Zealand apples and wanted to get rid of them quickly. New Zealand products can be cheaper because the US dollar is generally worth more than theirs (although not as much now as at some times in the past).
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