There isn’t any decent seasonal food around your neighborhood? These fresh organic D’Anjou pears are just one of the countless examples as to why you should start buying fresh organic food online. Save yourself the time and hassle when you want some deluxe pears, grown organically on natural land.
The organic Anjou pears are a fine European pear sort originated in the mid 19’th century in France or Belgium. In 1852, it was recommended for cultivation by the American Pomological Congress. These pears are medium to large in size (270–285 grams) and vary from green to red in color. The pears are a true dainty, as they have a creamy texture and dense flavor that make your taste buds happy.
The ripeness of an Anjou pear usually isn’t recognized by its color. We recommend you test the top near the step with a slight press of the thumb until it gives away slightly. The reason for that is because the pear ripens from the inside out and the top is closest to the inside.
In most cases, it takes from 3 to 5 days for these pears to reach the peak of their ripeness. If you wish to prolong the ripening process with 1 or 2 more days, you can refrigerate the fruit. Don’t bother looking elsewhere as these are some of the best organic pears you can indulge in.