Apples. Oranges. Grapefruits. Apples. Oranges. Grapefruits.

Where can you find top-notch fruit when you’re bored with winter’s usual in-season selection? The freezer.

Dipping into the frozen-fruit case has perks galore, especially if you love berries. For starters, the fruit is usually frozen at its peak of ripeness.

And talk about cheap. Why drop $5 on a small container of ho-hum raspberries when you can snag a frozen bagful for half the price per ounce?

Face it. You can’t beat bite-size pieces of already-washed fruit waiting patiently until you’re ready for it. Food waste? Minimal.

Yes, they lose some of that fresh-fruit texture. Ice forms as fruit freezes, and that breaks down its cell structure. So the morsels get softer and more liquidy as they thaw. Solution: Toss them into some yogurt, a smoothie, or your next bowl of oatmeal or cold cereal.

Our fave: Wyman’s Wild Blueberries. While wild berries are often pricier, their flavor is intense. And with smaller berries, less pulp, and more skin, wild blues stay a bit firmer as they thaw.

Bonus: The six grams of fiber (more than 20 percent of a day’s worth) in every 80-calorie cup makes the payoff even sweeter.

Trader Joe’s is another good frozen-fruit bet. Try Joe’s Fancy Berry Medley or Very Cherry Berry Blend.

“Frozen is fresher,” says Wyman’s. Sometimes, it is.

Photo: Wyman's.