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There are several types of pears, with varying flavors, just like apples.

Bartlett: very popular for snacking!  Bartletts differ from the winter D’Anjou variety because Bartletts change from green to yellow as they ripen.  Bartlett pears are best enjoyed when yellow and the skin gives slightly when pressure is applied near the neck end. Bartlett pears are the main variety used for canning. Bartlett Pears are Available Now.

Fancy Bartlett: $7.50 quart, $20 half peck, $32 peck, $47 half-bushel

Medium Bartlett: $5.95 quart, $15.50 half peck, $21 peck, $28 half-bushel

Seconds Bartlett: $4 quart, $9 half peck, $14 peck, $20 half-bushel

D’Anjou: This winter pear variety is egg-shaped and green in color. We call it a “winter” pear because it replaces summer varieties like Bartlett each winter.  D’Anjou has a firmer texture than Bartlett and won’t change color as it ripens. When D’Anjou pears are ripe and ready, it’s hard to beat their juicy, sweet, and citrus-like flavor. D’Anjou Pears are Available Now.

Asian Pears:  round, crisp, sweet & juicy, best eaten like an apple. Popular for snacking! Asian Pears are Available Now.

Seckel Pears: Also called sugar pear, candy pear. Small dessert pears that are super-sweet with a hint of spice. Often used in cooking and canning, but also enjoyed fresh.

Premium: $7.50 quart, $20 half peck, $32 peck, $47 half-bushel

Bosc Pears: sweet, mildly spicy flavor. Sweet even when still firm. The Bosc pear’s complex flavors and unique color make it a favorite for baking and pair perfectly with cinnamon for a perfect baked treat! Bosc Pears are Available Now.

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