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Packham pears from Chile come to market just as our domestic Bartletts from the Pacific Northwest die down. They descend from the original Australian Packham pear which is related to the Bartlett and have a similar shape - large and bulbous with a squat bottom. Packhams have russeted skin over a green background indicating sweetness. They take about a week to ripen during which time they turn from green to yellow. When fully ripened, their flesh becomes sweet and juicy with a smooth texture. Packham pears are delicious eaten out of hand and are also good for cooking. Slice and serve in a spinach salad with walnuts and blue cheese or poach with cinnamon in lemon juice and pear concentrate. Theyre also an excellent choice for cheese and salumi platters.

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Size: 80/90 CT
Country of Origin:
Argentina

Organic Packham Pears

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80/90 CT
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